Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 8, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04207
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All ; t Tire Sweetest Strawberries This: Side. Heaven l" < '

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'Two cooperating lending institutions Harold Davis, manager of the local loan 'on a house and"lot valued at
1 inmate Ken Odom and Leter'ilnt l pelt R'nMllckill t .toth annual UCI flower; Ih... There"are four warehouses are sitting on ready and the GF branch which has $3 million to $53,471. However, it Is anticipated by

M.B..Jerd.n..Ito.II *.bn.rtee.chlDft,41-years..bow off .full so come prepared" to look. awhile third will start receiving applicationsby lend, said"they already had us jump- local lending officials that the
: !some .f the thousands of flowers and plants to be la the Friday for lI'/ percent loans on ing" early Wednesday morning. average house built or brought under
"'"'f $ mortgages available for middle Keystone State Bank, with$750,000, to price range. Payments on a $35,000
Income housing In Bradford Coun- lend also reported brisk interest on house, including taxes and Insurance,

\ ; i Inmate' Flower Show Set May 15-17 ty.The the part of applicants.The would approximate $400 per month,

Starke branch of Guaranty $7'million housing bonanza Is depending'onata location,.and" ', 'other
: Federal Savings and Loan, and the ?
expected to help recession from
Philodendron's will be featured at this years Union Correctional Hundreds of exhibits will be on display in the clubhouse Keystone State Bank started receiv: the door of the keep building trades in In order to be eligible for a loan a

Institution Flower Show.The 20th annual Inmate across the highway from Union Correction Institution./ ing applications Wednesday morning Bradford County and at least partially family of four may not have a total In-

show Is set for May 15-17. next Thursday, Friday, There will be 54 different varieties of specimen Philoden- following the sate of the Bradford supply the demand of housing- come in excess of $21,639. Families
I Saturday. The show Will open Thursday from noon until 9 dron plants on exhibit. Some of the divisions of the show County Housing Finance Authority's hungry borrowers who have been vic larger than four members may have I

p.m.Friday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.,'Saturday 9 a.m. to- will be Bromeliads Specimen house plants begonias *8..a million Issue Tuesday in New tims of a tight-money, high-interest an adjusted for income of $1,000 additional I

noon. Admission Is free..There will be a free plant and ferns, orchids to name a few. York. Attorney Dudley Hardy phoned stalemate for the past year. each member above four. :.
refreshments for each visitor There are currently MInm.tellln the horticulture: pro-' Iron New York that the contract was Houses, whether new construction
M.B. Jordan, a vetern of 47 yean as a teacher totted. 1 at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday. The proposed interest rate of 11.5 or the purchase of existing homes,'
U.C.I. annual flower show Is one of the best flower gam.tech and Ornamental Horticulture is supervisor of The Florida percent Is from 2ta to 5'i' percent less must be owner-occupied and located
Bank at Starke will be
shows In the United States. This past February at the the program. ready to take than the current"going" rate on com-, ,, in Bradford County in order to come

State Fair In Tampa! .the Ornamental Horticulture program .There will be a free plant and refreshment for each to J.E.applications Tomlfnson, ,Friday,acrnrding -. parable loans, which ranges from 14 under the program.
won 79 blue ribbons and $205.25 in cash prizes. visitor. president.Director to 17 percent.

With a multiplier or circulation

rate, of four times for each dollar

spent in Bradford County It Is projected NewCrop i

Dees Named :Permanent Utility that the bond money should be

equal to pumping at least $20 million ,

into the local economy, even though I ,
some money for materials and sup-
plies will necessarily be spent out of Of Berries

ore the county. It is expected that nearly

I Zoning Director Crosby Gets lU Duties all the of Starke the labor labor money pool. should go into

Guaranty Federal and Keystone In Bloom
After a lengthy discussion the Utility Committee and the rest of the its blessing to apply for another alternative is called to respond on a "Cardiac Arrest'l State Bank are receiving applications .

Starke City Commission Tuesday, commissioners can meet with the energy grant case. during regular banking hours, with

May 6, unanimously named Merrill bond trustees to explain some of the i Silcox voted against granting permission Lewis explained that for some time the suggestion that appointments be Bradford strawberry
Does the permanent electrical reasons for the hiring of Dees. to file the preappUcatioa his men who are on duty have assistedthe made in advance in order to facilitate County
will be
superintendent, with control over all ""He'Is the right man for the Job," ;I because, lie said, the city U going In rescue service -in heart attack handling. Florida Bank at Starke also the growers first of the week back after in business between-by I

departments except the City Clerk Silcox said. : ,too many directions. cases.. He explained that the men on asks that appointments be made by that reduced a
lay-off I
and Police Chief which: are elected of'ficlals. "It would take an engineer ten The project seeks to Install Individual duty jo along. : calling Marcia Lee and applicantswill crops to harvesting
to learn what Dees already'' wood be Interviewed from a scrapping operation during the
years burning electricity Scott Taylor of 3 to 4 pm. on I
a representative latter of April. .
Commissioner Charles Schaefer, In knows", Oglesby said. generating systems at some SO homes the rescue service, said that It was Tuesdays Wednesdays, and part ,
making the motion which was seconded : Dees wan appointed Interim utility In the northeast section of Starke. goort.training for firemen' and that Thursdays. Applicants are requested Morris Carter, Jr. said that plants
by Commissioner Ted Oglesby, indicated -' director at the April is meeting of the Linda Day, Starkes former block many of the area fire departmentshave to bring copies of their property deeds\ are coming back with another crop i

I that salary would be commission. This) was done after the' grant coordinator, asked for the com. ... their firemen certified as EMT, and house plans when possible.The and are loaded with bloom that will
negotiated by Dees and the City Corn retirement In March of S.R. Hicks. mission's approval to submit <,atpreapplication and paramedic categories. maximum amount that can be produce berries, barring more bad

mission. Schaefer prior to the motion being. for a 4500,000 grant for._ ..'-" borrowed under the program .is weather. "This isn't false bloom that ,
Clerk Merrill Edward pointed out made.brought up the subject of whq \irannvatlve: ( projeetstgrant. 'tar.1 ." .. tiwe .Dect'( cut t6A.I '. j (i7 I : ..
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that the commissioners: utility Committee war responsible! tot stipervtefng"! .. ; < negysT tklll.f.-'. .. 'i ::, -' r'I't Carter said.If we get This second '- r
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to, meet wills readers. out the deadline for filing + sit
verff-supposed Edwards Day pointed crop to maturity we should come out
1 the bond trustees but failed to show up pointed out that the meter the application Is May 23. all right financially," he added,
for the meeting. Edwards reportedthat readers bookwork was done throughthe ;
the bond trustees voted S-O to clerk's office. r '" SilnmbDs; AnnouncesFor Persisting cool weather has helped >
recommend that a quality graduate Schaefer then outlined that the Insurance Coverage : prolong the berry season and bring

I engineer be hired by the City off meter readers "Fire Department, Expanded ,by Council'The some hope to growers who were hard-
Starke for the position.Commissioner garbage operation, power plant, purchasing hit by unusually wet cold conditions
Wilbur Waters said and recreation departmentswould commission voted during February and March. .

( that he respects the judgement of come under Dee supervision. unanimously to allow the city Tax CollectorEsther 'Carter says that several I new

bond trustees, but we have a man on employees a chance to change major- growers this season have increasedthe .
medical hospitalization insurance. It total Bradford berry acreage by
the city payroll qualified for the post
referring to Dees. Crosby Full-Time, was voted that the city would pay $10a Local real estate salesman Stephen; Shuford Hall. Kelly's long eight or ten acres above last year's I

Mayor Vernon Silcox Indicated the Gets More DutiesA month on a single person's premium E. Simmons of Starke announced time assistant, and Starke service estimated 125 acres.

and $25 toward a person with a fami- 5 that he will be a station Carl Hurst, and At least growers are experimentingwith
matter, that was tabled during Monday, May can- operator a new variety the Douglas, this
mOWn (HrferFRIDAY. three meetings of the several ly' didate for Bradford County tax collec perhaps, several others whose names with
Mine past Total premium for a single person year apparently good results. :
tor in tin Democratic primary this are being mentioned but who have not
months was cleared when Carter said.
up per month under'the new policy wa.S24.80 "It Is a heavy producer, I
Schaefer made a motion, seconded by September. -? yet come -forth with an announce- and has
and for a family $67 a month. a long shelf life but personaly -
Commissioner Harold Epps, to have BlueCross and Blue Shield Simmons 38, Is seeking the vacan- ment. I don't think the flavor Is up to Se I
created the retirement of Born during World War II, Sim-
fulltime planning and zoning director.: representatives said a total of 25 of cy by quoias. The Douglas has a lower
veteran Tax Collector J.R. Kelly who mons has lived most of his life in
The commission! voted and ,
unanimously the city's 80 employees would have to sugar content will resist decay'longer
has announced he will retire at the Bradford County He is the son of
to keep Al Crosby on the city pay-roU than high-sugar i
for the order for varieties
sign coverag..ln
up > I
as a fulltime employee. Schaefer the rates to end of his current term. Kelly has ,I L. Steve Simmons, former owner of Carter said.Several J
i apply. worked in the courthouse for 47 Koch's Drug Store and still a member
: outlined In his motion new duties that Edwards estimated that the coat to years other growers contacted I
and has been tax collector for 32 ., of the Board of Directors of the Community -
: will be placed. under ,.Crosby'sjurisdiction the city for the coverage under Blue agreed that u-pickers will begin havIng -
; years, with opposition only once since V State Bank.Steve's father and field
Cross-Blue Shield would be an addi- a day by early next week
L Crosby's duties are to include the is- tional $7,810 annually.Firemen he first won the office in 1948. mother, the former Ruth Chambers of and harvesting may even Increase by

suance of building electrical, water, Simmons will be competing with Lake City,now reside In North Miami the latter part.of this week they said.
and sewer permits and the numbering .Beach.
of houses in the city. These formerlywere 'A real estate salesman for Thomas
handled by the staff of the city Real Estate the past four years, Sim-
clerk's office. To Go On mons before that was employed for a CondemnationTrial
i .;- MAn number of years' by Brown's
.- Under the newly' adopted plan Cardiac Calls \'
r ; -i CHORUS CONCERT Crosby will handle the paperwork, Refrigeration. Heating and Air- I
i INS and sMSSNS while the clerk's office will handle the Commission gave Fire Chief Bobby Conditioning Service in Starke.
,; ;it... Auditorium 'money. The building inspector,who is Lewis permission to have his men go Simmons has named his'' wife, Set ;

t 7:00: P.M.-II.SO also a parttime draftsman,will reportto along with the Bradford County Dorothy, as his campaign treasurer. ,
Rescue service "
Under 12-Fra. Crosby. : when the ambulance l dr

The matter of the fulltime planning k
SATURDAY.MAYIOCAR and zoning official had been-tabled e Monday A.M. ,

': WASH three times this year after Mayor
L :. Pizza Hut. loa.m. tiff Silcox suggested March 18 that the .
97omWe A civil trial involving the City of I
( '. Cancer Society position could easily be cut to part- 44rk1
i" Starke will
commence Monday May
;.:.... Receive free piece of time to save the city money. Crosby love yy y w. 12 in which six jurors will be asked to Fr
I Plitawhiltuw.ltJi was hired In May of 1979 at a salary of
decide the price the city will pay for
'$12,500. be MefIs erfsDay.rs rk1 369 acres owned by Frederick G. .
City ordinances will have to
BAKE U amended to accommodate the a lime t v 4.y, 1'i'h Mueller on US-301 south of Starke fora
ft show
<<: : Front Eck.rd's changes responsibility. Silcox said vaspecial Y 4Y' proposed sewer and irrigation' '
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,. Bradford Square this would not be a problem."I ,system.
to 10 her .
Ladles Auxiliary The property In question, an old airport -
44. ; United Pentecostal Church out,"Silcox think we said.can work ,this' thing knew Wet hew .,..oRfr, / nit! /lzealfip: was condemned by Judge Osee ,.
much you care. L' R. Fagan last summer and a
.f'- * ,11II"1lIIoJnti.r". ki punchase ,\
rt:'; Irs a der Se : price of$1,200 an acre or a total
r aS ;
'.. City AppliesFor remember all ,y i ".fNme price of $442,750 was set. "*
BC Vol. Fire Dept. Hall .the time sad pa.tlence '
-' Corner Grand ft Weldon Its Second She's {S ;{ : .Mueller sought a higher price and

"Z:: I A.M.-7 P.M. given You. Let hu, ,' 'tev MW.... rejected the offer. The six-member
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..'-" Ladles A'.' BCFD Energy Grant her .anew you Aob,: 'tll' -- ,, >:lH1', jury will,be asked to set the purchase ..
'The! commission on a 4-1 vote gave remember. ------ price. t. .. i" '
J The City of Starke'was ordered tc'
', ;.r-MQ.NDAy.MAY12|j, Doyle in Fez
stop dumping nutrient-rich effluent ; ;
: :: of
City Starke ,
Commissioner! .'' ,waste from the city sewerage treat-
:if Land Use Plan Hearing BUS Chorus Concert' SteYeSI; mon -__.....,.-__ '"Doyle. Conner returned .home'''lriulture'Salur-.' .. ment plant into Alligator Creek:The I
: y<. City HalKTi, P.M._ > for
i tax'g city then started to look other
uMdlft'f to
Set For Friday i Newly announced fo# day lead the 12th-annual Shrine .
local parade. More < anct. I ) methods* of >dumping the effluent\ i
...IIH..Js.'St.v. 'Slmmoni. pho story pet
;C= TUSDAY.MAY12: .. under a..federal Engineers" .
The Bradford High School Chorus' realloniH, "> ",ge W. i if grant.
;v -E 0UARC Meeting' 'concert will be presented Friday, ,A\. i .t,I "n? decided the most effective site would; *)
r 7:" P.M.SunshlnAcres. May 9. ,at 9 p.m. in the'BHS Index..... be a.large agricultural where the' J

1 ;, '. 'Audltor um:: ", ,SHbwers PredictedvAgain This Weekend nutrients from the treatment process i
1 '. <, ) 'I' I ''The' Bradford Middle School ..Two' Sections ; could be sprayed onto a large land, I

tl: Courtesy, C Of, i'' Chorusi!' BItS Girls Glee Club, and SECTION A) _. ,Weather forcast: Friday through Sunday1) W for little"ch'ange'Jifj: area and absorbed Into the. soil.Two I
.. c.' BHS' Concert Chores. will he. par News..Pa.mlA-JAftl4A temperatures but esfllfffoY-scattered showers F lily and Sunday, according site discuss,- -.ttri'\l". .> f
were a Camp \
.: # JACKSON BUILDINGSUPPLYc ticipating.' : ', : News eI...._ ......'.. peN 2AEditorial to the Florida plv4si'6n I of Forestry/ head IJ juarjer3 on SR90,!west. pf Blanding site was turned downi'of.- : I.
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Admission te'11.50 Cchildren under ..... .. '..> ....Pace -4A Starke.ih 'because II for effluent i '- ,
too far the
)<, Stark ,112 are admitted free:This will be the Society. .. ... :.. Pages ...-,A. .AI of 811 with.,1111'J. .r, ,:.,.c.,7,.,.'fhumidityl5xjx 'h te 4 r--y.Ttiurs'cJayMa( ;. to be economically was piped from Starfce. j

,final public concert of the year.: Levels A Rest ctt _. ..Pate IIA II d ", ).Mueller's acreage, the old airport I i ii
.. : & wy. Jar s 964-6076. Outstanding chorus members will SECTION' B| There was little rain recorded, ailhousrfil'ieVm'eld, \ like it /aini! d'nearly4( '. i be

:*:Jj' K\'>lon. H4gni, ,,' be, recognized during this concert. Sports.. .,,, .".Pages 41 -,.4I.B every day. A trace: fecorded it New River tower last Thursday and.tf 1, ,cost property.was chosen to the most i

::V H., 1 100 *n<* 3t.A V Don Hardy,director invite. everyoneto Obi'lNIrl"'I"1I., .,,.,.,.",.....,*... 41111 inchexat Lewis HM T4nver< at Hl hland.Saturday .2 was recorded at effectlye
-::it4'3..973 attend.' Classifieds. .... ..Page 0849. Lewis Hill and .3 atShntaT'e.! :No rain was recorded any other day..weer.eM.cat.L.'rr See Trial. Page ISA

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//Y, .....i iJ.".< ( .......;:. ': erTy l t .,....r Starke Elementary itralght-A students have somethingto ton, Noy Srlvlbul,'Fr dd,.Cain; Thirct'graders Mitcliij.I
smile about. Pictured above are first graders Jeffrey Gray Audra Brantley, ShawnatBtorn. ; Fourth graders
," SES Bike-A-Thon Winners Hester, Jill Williams; Second graders Eric Walton Scott', ,David Thorpe! ,.Robert. ,,;Thorpe, '"j? I
Allen, Tommy Balkcom, Al'she Manning,.Steven Thorn 3 *f
funnily .displaying new T-shirts for pledging t.25 or Jason Crawford Greg Thomas Felicia Aaron; Third "
mere' for the ,Blke-A-Thon for St.Jude's hildren's: graders Selena Norman Cindy Samons. Renee Hewett, .. .. wtwaww.r I ;
Research Hospital are these Starke Elementary students Karen Hodges Allen Porter Suzanne Sapp; Fifth graders -
(l-r: Second graders Chanda Woods. Candice Roberts Nanette Perry. Not pictured Is kindergartner Michael Donald L. Boyer, 33, of Orange Para: "

llJlmmtmmi( ; iUlliId'/! : : .,z Crawford.' was northbound performing on in S.parade Walnut that Street.was .'

: ., .. Boyer was doing a figure eight, lost ..", .
lV'ij'j'V'S'JJri control, struck a 1966 Volkswagen yi
sedan owned by Trooper K.G. ...
,, Etheridge of Starke that was parkedat ''
.t, the curb. \\
Deer FlrtcLf301A Pulpwood Truck Two Vehicle Mishap, No citations were issued by the \\

Deadly Place. Strikes Carone No Injuries police.

A''diinr) was struck and killed in a was injured when a tractor- $335 damage was done to two cars 1to
ohe'\jehlcle mishap 7.6 miles south of trailer loaded with pulp wood logs in an accident Tuesday May 6, at.:441 No InjuriesIn J
StarKe'bn/ $R-.IOOPrlday. May 2, at struck a car Friday, May 2, at 12:45 p.m. on Thompson Street in Starke, Hit-and-Run
8'1S prrtiwith$17:1: damage to the car p.m. at the intersection of SR-100 andU.S. 100 feel south of SR-100 with no one injured
involved( and the'driver was not In- 301 in Starke, with damage to the in the mishap. No one was Injured In a hit and run
juted.tit car Involved. Police report said a 1970 Ford sedan accident at the Bradford Square I
FHp'tepon said a 1973: Oldsmobile Police records show a 1979 Ford owned by William Aldridge, 55, of Shopping Center in Starke, Saturdayat
sedanoperated by Olivia Harper, 33, sedan operated by Angus Tait Starke, was legally parked, when a 4.42: p.m. with$150 damage done to
of Starke was southbound on SR-loo, McDowell, 43, of Crawfordvllle was 1977 Dodge sedan operated by Ruby the vehicle involved.
struck and killed a deer that was stan- making a left turn and a 1978 White Smith Trull, 33, of Starke, backed out Police records show a 1978 Ford :!Jj.
ding in the road. Tractor that was pulling a 1978 Webb of a parking space and struck the Coupe owned by Gloria Swanson 36, -j.t
No citation was Issued In the wreck. trailer driven by Harold D. Smith Ford in the left side. of Starke was parked in the shopping :
.. i 49of Starke made a right turn. The No citations were Issued by police. center when Swanson returned to the 'h LB.SHRIMP toA
load on the tractor trailer then struck vehicle after shopping, discoveredthat .
Three injured McDowell's car on the right side as It No InjuriesIn the car had been struck by an
In|Two-Car Crash turned the corner. Parking WreckNo unknown vehicle that left the scene of
Three, persons were injured In a two McDowell worked many years In the mishap. 1
vehicle1 accident Friday, May 2, at Starke as a parole supervisor before one was injured In a two vehicle The investigation is being continuedby
8:40: p.m. on U5-301..7 miles south of transfering to Crawfordville where he accident at Jefferson and Walnut police Fries -1
Starke on US-301 with $3,600 damage has an office at the Wakulla County streets in downtown Starke, Friday ,
done to the cars Involved.. Courthouse. May 2 at 9:02 a.m. with$100 damage I Slaw
FHP report said a 1965 Pontiac No citations were issued by police. done to the vehicles Involved. BRADFORD DINNERO89 1.1
sedan operated by Ernest F. Police report said a 1974 Toyota COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Two FSP Inmates sedan owned Elaine Strickland
Daughterty,'of Lakeland pulled by Published every Thursdayat
our; of a grocery store parking lot at Rearrested ThursdayTwo Thornton, of Starke, was parked at W.Call Street orgy; )
the curb and a 1972 Ford sedan driven
U 3-301 and CR-18, headed north in Starke Florida 32091
th&foutnbound lane of US-301.A 1972 Florida State Prison inmates by Merrill G. McMillian,68 of Starke,
Cadillac sedan driven by Jerry R. were arrested Thursday May 1, at was attempting to park in front of the Second Class postage paid at
Wilson swerved onto the median to the plrisonas they were released on parked vehicle and backed into it. Starke FloridaSubscription 11J(3} ( V0
avoid a collision but was struck on the charges involving crimes committedat No citations were Issued by police.
the prison earlier this .
side year.
right by Daughtery. Rates:
Daughtery Wilson and a passengerin Terry Edward Middleton, 25, was Inmate Gets Five In trade area: 19.00 per year ::
the Wilson vehicle Lisa Wilson arrested by Chief Deputy Sheriff ".00 six months (IDLiffiv l! l3l3 1]
were taken to Bradford County Robert Green on charges of Battery Additional YearsA

Hospital in Starke where they were of and Correctional resisting arrest Officer with PL.violence Lyons to Florida State Prison inmate was Outside trade area: fl0.00 per year 1212 N. Temple Ave. Starke Florida 9646567r .: "
treated in the room and
emergency 15.50 six months
sentenced to five additional in
were released Lyons by biting him on the upper left ,1.
arm. The incidents occurred last Feb. state prison by Bradford County .," ..
Trooper C.R. Cory cited Daughtery :
Elize S. Sanders at the
for D.W.I. and driving on the wrong 6. Middleton is being held in Bradford at FSPMonday April 5. Courtroom jt t 1 7 r I ..-II
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County Jail in lieu of$1,000 bond. ',
side of the : : II
highway I I .lo\
Paul V Bryan, 24, was arrested by Frank J. Baranko received] the I I f ., ,
.sentence after he was found guilty Jfc ,"
LCI Inmate ti// lpg :.',felonypossession: several monthsgo -of 'writing
A 40 old Correctional threatening letters-to Division of Corrections I< : "Denmark Company
year Lawtey .. BryanHwas! rJleased.a1.A1QO",- -..:&' J
Instltion Inmate walked W9y frortl"" rec g-nit nce bond after being booked Secretary Louie L. Wainwright I| i I ; ;
the Gainesville Veterans Administration at the local jail. and DOC Inmate grievance ad-
Hospital Monday.May where he ministrator Malcom Oeddis ..;
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was recuperating from eye surgery.A He was serving a four-year term for I i :CONTEMPORARY HIGHLIGHTS IN .h
spokesman for LCI pointed out Calf Killed, forgery and grand theft from Dade ,

Hobert Troutt was brought to the Hit by carA County. The new sentence is to run CHROME & GLASSwith =
hospital last week for the operation. consecutively to his current prison
Officials at the hospital reported calf was killed in a one vehicle ac- term which was slated to end this
Troutt as missing shortly before cident on CR-16 7.3 miles west of year.Baranko. with j
11am. Monday May 5. Starke Monday, April 28, with the served as his own counsul
Officials said Troutt had three driver not injured and $400 damagewas and admitted writing the letters but GLASS TOPS A jr- /
years remaining on a five year done to his VW Beetle. pointed out at the separate trials that +
sentence from Puval County on FHP reported the 1970 Volkswagen he did it to attract attention to inade- ':'. '
charges of possession of a firearm by bug operated by James David qate medical treatment at FSP. .
a convicted felon and escape. Easton,32, of Macclenny was westbound I I t-1 ]:: .
Prison spokesman said Troutt obtained on CR.16 when a calf owned by I ;
a set of street clothes before Florida State Prison came from the \ 1I
leaving the hospital. south side of the highway and ran in I I II
He was still at large as this paper front of the car was struck and killed I 1.1
went to .Dress.
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Car Fails to Make IIRS Needs J !i

Your HelpThe ,
Curve at SampsonNo End Table $3995
Department of Health and
one was injured in
one car accident Rehabilitative .
Saturday May 3, at 2 a.m. ..3 Services needs your (Jj I -
help In
miles west of Starke on Sampson meeting the varying and increasing I
Lake road with $1,000 damage to the needs of its clients.
vehicle. Volunteers make It possible for C.llinee_ cart4nRestaurant :
more clients to receive 1.
FHP report said a 1973 Buick sedan a higher quality
operated by Thomas Trentham. 18, of of services If you have the time
would like a new challenge then
was traveling west on Sampson -
volunteering is the thing to do.
Lake road and was going too fast
Several I I I II
to make the jobs are
curve ran off the road on I
the outside of the curve and struck available through HRS Including Mother's DaySpecial '_ ',. :.... 1.
several pine trees. youth counselor aide, tutor. work -
Trooper K.G. Etheridge cited Tren supervisor group leader aide. : COCKTAIL TABLE ,I.I .
transporter and # r
tham for careless driving. office helper. If you I. ro'
are interested In becoming an HRS l
volunteer, please contact Annie B. $4995 U ;:
Johnson. Volunteer Services Coor- % .. ..
Inmate StabbedA dinator. 727 South Walnut St.. Starke ((0)) OFF Our -- I ;. "It
32091 or call 964-8875 or 964.8039.
34 >ear old Florida State Prison

another satisfactorily inmate inmate is reported from Saturday.a stabbing recovering May 3 by CPR First Aid Class Family Dinners r SET OF THREEtlAv ;;j i

A spokesman for the prison system Offered at VoTechThe A-B cKb

reported John Williams an inmate Bradford Community Educa- Cocktail .;Ii ,i
barber was stabbed in the throat and tion program is offering a CPR- (Minimum 2 Persons) And I:
(ho back by fellow inmate Norman First Aid Class beginning Monday, (It
Bosion. 19. of Chipley ho serving a May 12.The R19 $6995' Tables 'ti
life sentence from Washington Countyon class will meet at the Bradford- Frl., Sat. & Sun. S100

rape and robbery charges. Union Area Vocational-Technical -..
Williams was taken to Shands Center on North Orange Street on May 9,10&11 Purchased M 29' Cocktail : 'f
Teaching Hospital. In Gainesvillew Monday and Thursday from 7 10 Separately Table 49' End Table 39"
here he is listed In satisfactory condition ,
P.M. for three weeks, for a total of 18 .

The. spokesman indicated charges hours.Enrollment will be limited to the COMPLETE CHINESE Many Other Glass Top Tables Wood Or Chrome Frames'

against Boston were pending due to first twenty who enroll by calling '" '"
further investigation of the incident. 964-6150. The registration fee for the CUISINE IT'S A FACT YOU DO BETTER WHEN YOU SHOP AT"
class: will be 200. which will be
received the first night of class We are.open Saturday ill 5:30: PM for your r'J' "
Take Out Orders
Backing Up Causes For further information please con- shopping convenience. y Since 1923

Parking Lot Wreck :,*tf tact David Smith at the Bradford- Open A Week '' _._ -:..
r Ul onJArea'Vocational-Technical Days .. r' ": -
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$325 damage was dot .-.to. twa'' 1\\'C8'.t.! :;!984.8190. : ,....,,.r'_ : -'iXr tex
vehicles In an accident in Utetuft-king 11.00 am lit 1000 pm ':11" .:. ; ;.;.. ,
lot of Andrews Drug Store, Friday. Closed ):," .. -
May 2, at 7:24: p.m. with no one inJured Parade Cyclist Monday ,ij:, 4*
Hits Parked CarA *
Police records show a 1972 Dodge
sedan operated by Edward Norman. parked vehicle was struck by. a Located:' 1900 N. Temple Ave. ir
motorcycle that was in the Shiners
79. of Starke was backing from a
parking space and struck a parked parade Saturday. May 3. at 11:52! at 301 N. To Rena Motel
1967 Merecedes sedan owned by south Walnut Street and US-301 withno

Sherry S. Hamilton 24, of Starke in injuries and$150 damage to the car: 434 W. Call Std'Starke. Fla>.
that was struck. ; -
the right side NONE: 964 5125Il
Police records show 964-5827 FINANCING II
No citations were Issued by police Davidson motorcycle operatedby 1975 Harley.; 964-5826 AVAfLAB E



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\lN 6', Cubans \to be !Housed. ir at Camp Blanding,'. M ililt\f', .r*/ ,: :

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there are no plans to have Camp Missjle sites In Dade County to:'house had to sign an affadavit to the effect freedom thai the United States has to
Blending designated as an alternate more refugees. ; : that he will be responsible for them offer. ., .
site for Cuban refugees to be taken Gov. Bob Graham asked the.president after they arrive In this country.He Hernandez explained) that after 20
after they are brought to this countryand Tuesday, May 6, to increase the said he previously helped two or years of communism under Castro
enter it at Key West. number of chartered flights to,Eglin three friends to come to this country that young people In the 20's and SO's
Col. Gus Gonzeles, post commander from Key West. "I have some good friends still in want to get out of Cuba.
confirmed Wednesday mor- Starke Physician Dr. Carlos Her-' Cuba," he lays."Freedom He said Castro made a big mistakein
ning that I unit was plced on standby nandez came to this country' aftert is the most' important closing the Peruvian Embassy In
from Camp Standing to go to the Key Fidel Castro took over 'the'Cuban' thing that cubans want and the peopleof Havana and that Is another reason for
1"\l WEst center to assist. with the .government in 1959. Cuba know that the United States the Cubans wanting to get out from ,
refugees. Hernandez explained that on Feb. 2, stands for freedom". Hernandezsays. under his domination.
The plans were cancelled, according 1962 he left Cuba with a tourist's visa Hernandez said his brother
to Col. Gonzales, after President as a school teacher. He said he was He added that people in Cuba know, proceeded him to this country In 1(59
Jimmy Carter declared an emergency given a passport and visa 87 days that many of the Central and South and was one of the cuban veterans
in Florida and ordered federal after It was requested.- American countries have been under who participated In the aborted"BayOf

Political Hopeful "' assistance for Florida. Hernandez explained that he wentto different dictatorships and he Pigs" Invasion during.the. early,
This' action clears the way for the '
Miami with his three daughters and repeated that the Cubans want the 60s.
:State: Sen'Buddy: Mackay, D-Ocala.: ;center, chats with George Roberts, left, federal government to assume his wife, son, and mother followed
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aaa Tom Slade right at a reception It the home of Starke attorney Dudley liar. responsibility for "extraordinary' them several months later, joining c.
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dfT-Some 200 guests greeted Sen. Mackay, who Is seeking the U.S.senate scat olSen costs" Incurred by state and local them In Miami. Hernandez stayed in ------ ---------
; Richard Stone, MVIIami. MacKay flew In from Tallahassee where he Is governments In meeting the refugee. Miami for five years, then moved to I
embroiled In his final session of the Florida legislature, and flew. back,the:tame influx. Tennessee where he worked and
night Wednesday. April 30. ? '" There have been more than 20,000 stayed less than a year. need a loan to buy a house ..
:.MacKay utyrMf thinks the two south Florida candidates. )Dick Pettigrew andSewC.Stone refugees arriving In the Mariel to Key In 1968 he was hired by the Depart-
will help him by splitting the big South Florida Vote. The Ocala West operation during the last two ment of Corrections as its medical Home Loans at
sepfitor says his main competition come from Insurance Commissioner Bill weeks. This despite the fact that the and surgical director. He resigned
Gutter"who MacKay admits now has more name recognition than he. But itwpji United States over the weekend clos- from that post in 1973 and has practiced Reduced Rates EorQualifying
t be that way for very long says MacKay. promising a good fight for the ed the visa office In Havana. In Starke from the office of the late
Democratic nomination. MacKay Is known for his fiscal expertise and as the Refugees still come with or without a Dr. A.J. Barry which he and his fami-
atM' senator :who can solve knotty budget problems. visa.President ly purchased from Mrs Barry. FamiliesVe're
-4 Carter authorized' $10 Hernandez stated that he still has a
:million In federal funds to be used by few family members left In Cuba but 11 participating In the Our friendly courteous It
community agencies to help meet the they are not planning to come to the Bradford
staff would like
I :Kriest Seat most immediate needs of the arriving United States at this time. County to help you.
Qualifies for Lawtey Cubans, Mortgage Revenue Bond We're an equal housing
Hernandez is trying to help a family F'rogram. Call us first for lender and applications are
After the federal assistance was
of five f
to come to this country. He has
for unit from Camp letaiU about this special taken without regard to race,
granted plans a
XTetired service station Is noon, to run in the special election.
operator Standing to go to Key West were Program' ) creed, sex or national origin.
thejbnly person to qualify to run In the Anyone who is a registered voter I
cancelled late Tuesday, May 6,according
special election in Lawtey for the seat and a resident of the City of Lawtey. to Col. Gonzales. 4OP Sail Harold Davis or Linda Patrick at 964-5000
of:-JSen McCulley who resigned last and Is 18 years of age or olde..ls eligible -
After being processed at Key West, )9S W. Madison Street Starke =
mcJhlh as a commissioner: because of to. run for the balance of Mc- of the refugees have been air .J'JJ. -
a job conflict. Culley's term which ends In many L.o
HEP. (Shorty) Priest, former December. Qualifying fee Is $30 and lifted to Eglin Air Force base near Stay With Us. .
Niceville In the Florida panhandlewehre
operator of the Standard Service sta- those who choose to run for the post and Pif v Federal
4,000 tired refugees
tioftiri Lawtey, has qualified to run In must fill out a financial disclosure over
workers .4.I".r '
hundreds of exhausted relief y
thecJune: 3 special election, for the form. rMGu
waited for federal help to speed
balance of McCulley's: term. The person elected to the seat will ..
have to run,' for re-election in the :J rows
Deadline for filing with Clerk regular City of Lawtey election in Eglin Wire Field service is reports bulging show with that the > .We'll Stay With You.
Lucille Shuford is Monday May 12, at December .fu.J.
refugees and they are being housed In
school gymnasiums In addition to the -
base facilities. Three abandoned Nike i I. I

Children May Qualify for Early Entrance ,


3 To Kindergarten or First Grade

CRJIdren may qualify for early.en- quirements 'for entry Into II .
trance to kindergarten or first grade kindergarten have changed. New age
according to the following criteria: requirements are: In1980
Early Entry to Kindergarten: A 1980-81! school year age 5 on or I
child who becomes five (5)) years old before December 1, 1980.
after December 1 but on or before 1981-82 school year age 5 on or ,
January 1, 1981 may enter before November 1, 1981.
kindergarten at the beginning of this 1981-82 school year age 5 on or
school: year if he can demonstrate before October 1, 1982. -
readiness for a kindergarten pro- 1983-84 school year age 5 on or 4,30QhOtneowners., !
tam. before September I, 1983. ,
Early Entry to First Grade a child Beginning with the school year
who becomes six (6) years old after 1982-a3,. kindergarten"" wills. become'.. d ".. ".11 i [. .. : '..f.........l....,.....-, '.o.".,",,,,-...,. ."'_
September !: 1WObut on or before mandatory, SLAW .wl I
Jfcine 30, 1981 may enter first grade at ,
tAe beginning of this school year If he h $739,000
can demonstrate readiness for a first ,save
grade pro ram. St. Edwards News ,

,.Applications for early entrance
evaluation may be obtained from Representing St. Edward's Church
IJncille Payne, Director of Curriculum at the 50th Annual Convention of the
at the County School Board St. Augustine Diocesan Concil of d24OOO barrels
Office. Applications for early entry to Catholic Women held at the :
kindergarten must be submitted to Gainesville Hilton Hotel from April 20 :
Lucille Payne by July 15 I960. Firstgrade thru 22 were the pastor Rev. Father

early entry applications will be Matin Jung, Mrs. Michael Brunetti, V1 "" $. I ",.. '. '
dUe on or before August 18, 1980.jThe Mrs. Richard Coss, Mrs. Lester Hum- ". 'w .. ". ,,, 'Itr
readiness to determinea phries, Mrs. Richard Pernini and ;.., r., .. ,1L .Jd'.J't.--t; :: ,, ofoilT i r;.: .:.!".J..iPi. ,." '
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:=child's to enter school Mrs. JohnSamons. IJ. ; ., /
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with readiness test. If Mrs. attended Recor- ., :: ; t". ; ;
early begins a Humphries as .UJP.: 1'':: ._. _
ifte child does well enough on this first ding Secretary of the DCCW and serv tA1fi r. r..r (
test, after a conference with the ed on the convention rules committee.. ( r ,rf:. t
parents, then a more in-depth in- Mrs Brunetti, president of St. Ed- ...! ? 7'' f I:" ;" : n IS,
dividual readiness evaluation will be ward's Altar Society, served on the / .. vi t1 f ....' ., ""tI 1.1. I 41 ; :, -' I ..s 'y f
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given by the school psychologist. If registration committee with Mrs. : : ," .. '
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UK child successfully completes these Coss and Mrs. Samons and acted as .
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requirements, placement in Delegate from St. Edward's. (. j-E .w :, .t;. r-)' '' -.I..l.J u' ,; ," ,

kindergarten or first grade will take Mrs. Samons, past president of the "

place during the first month of school. Gainesville Deanery, served as ."" .... 4'. ..... "," ;' \. .. ... 't'I'.. .,.
parents should note that age reBuilding .- Chairman of the Church Communities -' .rT.,, _.t ... ,. ot.... ,. r. '' \ \. ... .. '4'\. ,",'" .\ .
Commission and served as Chairmanand t '" ". <11"-. ;W.\f I \!'iJ.1"t .: -1/0"0 \) .. ". I.. .
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Permits of the panel., held on Church Communities / ... ..,. : I ''}!; ;ri' .$; I I! q V r r.j1., .. "."
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The opening the Conventionwas "j ;..
Average in '> IJ Iii .1. >11". Ii .
April held at St. Patrick's Catholic j !.(; :.. '''Ioo ; I
Church on Monday. This Mass was (,7.;, I .,'.,'j1 ', : f 'I .
Construction In Bradford County 'l __ .Z'1' Wa ( I ,
Concelebrated by The Most Reverend I "
to resist the expected recession -, I } f. # .. .
continues John J. Snyder Bishop of St. t 't" J..... II' .f jo '
with April building permits total- and the Diocesan J '' :_.. .. ,
Augustine .
ing:;: $626.163, exceeding the average. Moderators of the four Deaneries j I \ .. f "" 1Ii14 ...; .. II \"" t ', .
monthly total of around $500.000 .. I I "' I8f' t' ; "
comprising the Council, also Msgr. .. "
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Eight new single family dwellings John P. Burns, St. Patrick's pastor, of. r; f ..," 1 ,1' 10..1 .
accounted: for$216.900 of the total, and and Rev. Father, Robert Baker \ _. ''''''' "! .. ;. .l'. .\............":..... ;r : \ -
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$9f ;500. Gainesville Rev,.Father John Dux ....\ .-::-.'"
4 new pump house and equipment served as Master of Ceremonies for
fodhe Hampton waterworks totaled the Mass and was assisted by Deacon ,
$1 :J.OOO. ". -, "James O'Neal, a former. St...Edward's Those are pretty impressive numbers. And Watt-Wise Living* pays. So If you're planning
thirty-nine permits, for Parishioner. they the ; of the' 4.300 build home make it ,
additions, etc., totaled represent energy savings to buy or a new plan to a .
mMcellaneous Rev. Father, Patrick Foley, the
I14Z.OOO; and one commercial- permit former pastor of Sit* Edward's pastorof WattWisehomes currently within the FPL Watt-Wise home. FPL's money-saving WattWise'.service '- ,

waf listed at 6900. month totaled* Holy Family Catholic Church In area. :. homes have features like extra ceiling and anl( .\ ,
collected for the >
Bees l Williston. also attended the Convention j $739,000 buys a lot of electricity. Or a' lot'of insulation, solar and heat-recovery units for water ,. : Ii .;

tlr4.95.'L..- ..... -"- .- -"- _.... .... .L .. other things for; Watt-Wise home ownerS who heating a higher-efficiency air conditioner or'
wwwwww*wwwwwww***.'.__1r7A.*.* !('f";' tdon't have their' billsKw: like f
*.::: to spend it on :electriq heaf pump, power savers fluorescent lighting.

*I Crossroads'lounge And 24,000 barrels of foil That'siJ24Q09 arid a microwave
; : : : it *+ barrels that Florida Power &. J.ightdoesn'.t..hay? windows and doors (with glass areas planned to 5

*i Hwy 00 & 121 Lake Butler I: to import from foreign sources at eves increasing minimize heat build-up) may cost a V1tt,
Which FPL ,:'Saves rust .. little But in1 : 'J'I
: : r prices. money our more now. tr

3 Mari. Lynn and Companywife "? ; i: : : And puts our country ihaC; much1' the long run, .it'll cFist I=P'. ,.' ."J"' tt
v r ... *'t': 1 closer c energy '
,. .; J f independence, .. a whole lot less. t ,11 1/'. .' .
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Grant.Appllcatlon. :Now'Wendl: g''Jfl'x.T' : it our h ; F'a ft, n

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One hundred and two pounds of task force, were closely guarded by what could amount to a $3 million ; f 'it'll; ,il! I
work, representing Starke's Linda Day. Starke's part-time grant grant in federal funds under DOE'S ti ;
I Cpa for multi-million dollar grant |consultant, who followed the prized crash program for( development of -FL. .
to establish a pilot wood-burning cargo through) a one-hour and ten alternate energy sources. 5T A t\K
power plant took flight via Eastern minute wait and change planes In
Air Lines from Gainesville Thursday Atlanta. Once In Washington Day saw' the -
bags safely loaded in a cab and head- -RANT -
ed for DOE offices In the Departmentof 3PBCtaL ,
Gurin Terms Starke's Chances
Commerce where It took 30 minutesfor
I ( her to tote and push them into the

Even Bet for DOE Fundingmorning marble halls. Accompanied by a staff
member from the office of Rep. Don

April 24, winging it* way to Fuqua she met briefly with Jim ""
final judgement in Department of Since no Insurance was available to Desmod, DOE liaison officer for the
Energy offices in:Washington D.C. guarantee safe arrival of the suit House of Representatives, who guided n
cases In Washington, Day personally
the her to where the flood of applications -
in sight during busy
Two suitcases, crammed with Atlanta switchover( to assure their be- from other U.S.towns and cities
multi-copies: of three related grant applications ing loaded on the right plane headedfor were being processed. There again,
representing thousands of she walked the weighty applications
the destination. A In
man-hour work by a Starke and the teeming right Atlanta airport would through channels to be sure they got Already some 500 applications from Richard Stone, and Sen. Lawton Through conferences at IFAS offices
University of Florida data-gathering have been fatal to Starke's hopes for Into the right hands at the right,time. competing grant-seekers. being Chiles, as well aa Rep. Fuqua.. In Gainesville,Jones became: acquainted
processed. After processing DOE "Everyone seemed optimistic and en- with Robert Gurin, vice-
has 120 days to decide which lucky couraging about Starke's chances," president of Alternative Energy Ad-
towns and cities get a slice of the Vt Day declared. vancement Corporation of St.
billion appropriation for the develop- Augustine.'
; ment of alternate energy sources.: Throughout the five weeks of
: etUTOTCIALS Starke and Its fellow competitor will tedious data-gathering and grant- Gurin;who is serving as consultant
know their fate by late August writing, Starke officials have had for the project, told the Starke Rotary
solid support from the University of Club last week that, in his opinion -
In addition to Starke'n application Florida Institute of'Food and Starke had a "one-to-one" chance: to
Day was also shepherding a bid from Agricultural Sciences In preparing obtain the grant. The fact that fewer
Earl Jones, president of Crown Cen- technical studies and other data for than expected applications =Were
the 140-page application. received will be a factor In the city's
A tral Lumber Co. of Starke for a near favor Gurin said. "Out of the 500 how'
Parade With PurposeMost million-dollar grant to expand and "Without help from WAS none of being processed, about a third will be
modify his present plant to produce this would have been possible," said Improperly prepared, givingours
wood chips necessary to stoke Jones who has worked closely with mother boost," the consultant added.
gassifiers that would free the Starke :;If
the University almost a year in
think of Shriners funlovingguys service that has greatly increased a
people as tors-a power plant from dependence on developing a plan for using wood
who like to parade in clown costumes and child's chances for recovery when burned. diesel oil and natural gas. A third ap- waste as an alternate source of County Zoners .:
give the crowd a thrill by stunt riding in gaudy There was a time when children with severe plication was from John Matthews of energy. The UF School of Forest

mini-cars or playing bagpipes while exposing burns over 20 percent of the body had little Melrose, relating to the gassificatlon/ Resources and Conservation began Endorse ThreeReclassifications:..,'
their knees in Scottish kilts. chance of recovery. Today thanks largely to units that would oe needed here. studying the gassificatlon of wood
early last and had already converted -
But those familiar with the whole story the Shriners work in this field children have Day said she was assured of un- a six-cylinder year pick-up truck :,

know this is only the flip side of the record. been known to recover with 80 to 90 percent of qualified support In interviews with that chugs along merrily on power

The side that is not so familiar is the one that their body severely burned. staff members in the offices of Sen. from wood gas.

tells a story of $500 million spent in the last Three changes in zoning werJapproved -
The Shrine hospitals are designed to provide at the April 29 meeting of the
half for the construction and
century opera- treatment for crippled and burned children Bradford County Zoning Board,:And
tion of 18 orthopedic hospitals and three burns two hearings set for the May 27
with cost to County public
regardless of race or creed no Agents .
institutes that have brought cure or substan- L5 i sess .
tial improvement in the condition of over parents or guardians who are unable to pay by Bobby I..Tut. lor Starling were: .
Phone:ttK4-G2KO Leon one-half acre'"Hit:
for the highly technical medical care re- Notebook
burned children.
200,000 crippled or severely miles northwest of Lawtey, from Ex-
quired. Children from infancy up to 17 years of
clusive Ag to BP (retail business Jor
w age are eligible for this treatment, and the -- --- BONI construction and operation of a beauty -

..%.....,."'.,f"a4.!.'.$i J\..t rq\,i program also includes those afflicted with Two weeks ago It looked like our Cattlemen Meet -Maxie shop by Carter Gwen,Starling.Jr., one-half:acre,

.... :" ';t\. deformities, diseases and injuries of the strawberry season was about over for Tonight.S p.m. one-fourth mile south of Starke on
I .. 1 bones joints or muscles. the year. There was very little fruit east side of US-301, from, RIC
,> and bloom on most plants. However, This is a big week for our cat- (residential) to BR3.1 (retail
I 5I there Is some good fruit In most fields tlemen. The Bradford-Union Cat- business) for operation of a nurtery
II t. l+ a Last year the Morocco Temple of Jackson- that will be harvested this weekend tlemen will meet at the Agriculture and fruit and vegetable stand bjql< te-
I ; ville, which includes Shrine clubs throughout either through U-Pick-It or commercial : Building in Starke at 8 p.m., tonight .,* '
Northeast Florida contributed more than trade. (Thursday, May 8)). Warren Carver, nant.W.V.. (Bill) Forsyth. specliTuse
$150,000 toward these hospitals The Starke ASCS County Executive Director,will permit for operation of a gun repair
Since berries haven't been too plen- give a program on the role and and ammunition reloading business '
Club which started its 12
charity program tiful this year,you might like to pick assistance ASCS has for our farmers by Richard Lee, on Lot 2, four miles
years ago, expects to top $10,000 in contribu- some in the next few days for your and cattlemen. southeast of Starke off 100-A (GriffIs
tions this year-a fantastic gain over the $200it freezer or table. Call one of the Loop). ; ,
netted from its first growers the night before you plan to Cattlemen from all over Florida are Permission to advertise for public
paradeandsupperevent pick to make sure their field Is open meeting this week at the 29th Annual hearings on petitions for rezoningwere I
in 1968. Since .its program started:!, it is and have berries available.Cool Beef Cattle Short Course. The Short granted to1: -,}f"

I estimated that tlte',;)tack >.Club i1a,s'raised Course started Wednesday. May 7 -Daisy Barton and R.'Lewis; ,, One-
--more than $50,000 for Shrine hospital J{1f .r- Weather Slaws'i and will conclude at noon, Friday, half acre on Speedville Road, from
.. +* ,Mir i Growth Vegetables May 9.Held. R1A (residential to .BH
"*) Even though the cool nights we (commercial) for operation ,bf: a
It costs $1,900 just to fly a child to the Burns
have had lately have been good for at the Webb Pavilllon on the restaurant-tavern. -
Institute in Boston, and $1,600 to the one in strawberries,they have not been good University of Florida, the Short -Bradford Farm Energy Producers -

Last Saturday residents of Starke and surrounding Galveston. Texas. It is easy to see why few for our spring vegetables and other Course features speakers and topicson Inc., 9'a acres on County I
families could afford the cost of travel and crops. Growth has been slow for forages as a key to low-energy beef Road 235 from Open Rural to MS
I areas had the chance to see Shrinersin outside tomatoes, beans,squash and production. The program should be (manufacturing) for construction and
action-not only delighting spectators, treatment in such cases without help. cucumbers. We should peppers see good well worth the cattlemen's time. I'm operation of a processing plant to ob-

young and old, with a rip-roaring, eye- growth when night temperatures stay hoping most of our cattlemen will at- tain alcohol, fertilizer and cattle feed f
dazzling, ear-splitting parade-but also work- Although some customers were doubtless above 60 to 65,degrees F. tend. from sweet potatoes and potato vines.I

ing from dawn to dark serving more than 1,600 disgruntled by the long wait for chicken din- !(a
It seems like we have more insect
chicken dinners to raise almost$7,000 for their ners-especially for "take-out" serviceatlast and disease problems when our plantsare
favorite charity. Saturday's event, it is easy to see how the not growing as fast as they nor- :
Shriners could underestimate the demand and mally do. Rust and other FORESTRY7'Pif.1t
Saturday was truly Shriners Day in Starke. : !:'r11,
were completely overwhelmed by the tremen- diseases have shown up on many $ I
kicked off with a 33-unit hour-long parade that dous support given their fund-raising effort. vegetables.If IN BRADFORD COUNTYThis ] '

was the longest, most colorful in the Shrine's12year Some ticket-holders even left without eating
have had this problem, there --'-
history of parades in Starke. you ._
after a two or three hour wait-but even these
are several fungicides that will con-
Highlighted by what amounted to a three-ring could take some satisfaction in knowing that trol it if you apply them properly. With summer just around the cor- organization keeps an up-to-dat
circus staged in the heart of downtown at the the price of their ticket was a worthwhile Captan benlate, Zineb,or Ma neb can ner, here is something that might in- Social Register of Big Trees, whit'
corner of Call and Walnut the good-natured donation to a tremendous program that has be used on most vegetables and terest campers and motorcycleowners. lists the largest known trees for ov
performers completely captivated the atten- benefitted than children should do the job if you apply the 700 species found in the United States,
more 2,000 just from
before there is build-up of
fungicide a
tion and the hearts of those who lined the
parade route. Temple alone. (the disease. The Florida Division of Forestryhas At last count Florida led all states"

And the Shriners have promised that itwon't set aside 2600 acres for motorcycle except Hawaii, with 69 champion
As most people know a Shriner is a Mason Aphids, or plant lice have also beena enthusiasts in the WithlacoocheeState trees.
happen again. "We'll be prepared for problem on peas, tomatoes eg- Brooksville
Forest near ,
has the ritual of the
who undergone crossing "
anything next year, vows Dr R.S. Mullins, gplants and squash. An insecticidelike Florida. Known as ButtgenbachMines Bradford County has one champio
traditional "hot sands of the desert" and chairman of Saturday's highly successful Malathion plus Sevin or Diazinon (an old mining area), this tree listed. This Is a Myrtle Dahoo

becomes a member of the Ancient and Arabic event, at the same time expressing deep appreciation plus Sevin will control aphids and mostly uphill and downhill area Is tru- located approximately 3 miles northwest
Order of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine. During; for the "terrific many other garden Insects. ly a "dirt biker's" dream.All of Lawtey The tree is 67 in
sup- ches in circumference at 4'a' feel
his initiation he has learned the broad prin- '
and port. Since insects and diseases have age drivers are legal on recrea- above ground level 46 feet tall, and I H
of toleration benevolence
charity ,
ciples ,
been a problem have suggested that
tional vehicles on the Motorcyclearea. has a crown spread of 35 feet Compared ,
unselfish friendship, and is dedicated to the gardeners mix one of the above This is a matter of law and was to many trees thes
great' philanthropy for crippled and burned The Shrine hospital budget is $54 millibn for fungicides and the Malathion plus approved In the 1973 Legislative Ses measurements might be considers

children throughout the U.S. 1980, and Bradford County can take pride in Sevin or Diazinon plus Sevin Insec- sion. It enables families with children fairly small, but this parties
the fact that it made a significant contributionto ticides together and spray at weekly below the age of legal licensing to use species rarely approaches such JUttfe.
Not only do (the Shrine hospitals treat such this outstanding charity last Saturday. Intervals until most signs. of insects or the area. Ilze. ---I.:
children. they also provide training for docBackto- disease are gone. <
Accordingly, the motorcycle.- All persons finding champion troth
Most important however Is to aside area has rules among which is have the distinction, of having
always follow label directions when," a provision that riders must purchase names placed in the Big
. using any pesticide. This applies to a $2 annual permit or a S3 temporary Register.
SanityEvery how much, how often, on what," crops- permit to use the Buttgenbach area. thl
etc. For those of you who might b
Modern camping facilities are terested. the largest tree In the
now and then a bit of heartening news radar detection devices were inaccurate and available on a 40 acre site, which Include States is a Giant Redwood ,,",

comes from Tallahassee to indicate that, contrary unacceptable as evidence against speeders. showers, electrical hook ups, California called the General ;
to most headlines there is some sanity V. barbecue grills a picnic shelter. .and man Tree. This tree 'contamKia:
Our law-enforcement\
personnel are already 0' sewage facilities. estimated 600.000 board feet of woo-
still remaining in the capitol at Tallahassee. handicapped by a maze of legal red-tape that 1. 300 To get an idea as to how big this!10.. t

sometimes overprotects lawbreakers at the This facility,the first on.public landIn would take around SO acres of-Sv.el: .
Three such encouraging items appeared in expense of law-enforcers. The restrictions \V V : fg the state, has been called by many stocked pine sawtimber here j
one day recently, restoring some ot our faithin on s l%St' the finest motorcycle: area of its typein Florida to match to volume. in this-or '
the use of radar would have added '
one more the United States. tree.
and officials.
lawmaking 3i
our governing hurdle to the law and one more loophole for the .' '
For instance: :;1
speeder. According to the U.S. '
j Treasury ,the U.S. is still The American Forestry. Association : jvE tirveAr. )

Gov Bob Graham minced no words in A third heartening signal came :Monday owed close to S30 billionIn to which," anyone can apply for Fresh peas should squa kj
saying when the House approved bills that would World War I debts, membership, sponsors a unique and when the pods are rubbed to- -
:Monday that he does not support laws that outlaw some from countries no interesting gather Store them !
the display and sale of drug paraphernalia program concerning unshelled
would set up homosexuals us a special class of and longer In existence champion trees In the United! States.\ in your refrigerator .. z:z
receive In impose new penalties on theater ;; }, : '. hELRI
people to special pmileges. commenting -
owners who admit youngsters to R-rated
on a so-ciiHod Dade County "gay movies. 'i\i\ !: .:lw )r-, lnrY-i,' "lit pry'
rights" ordinance, the Governor said that t ty ." Hie A It E f tN ft f

"ga\s" already come under the protection of If it is illegal to smoke pot and sniff coca'in'eit !t.: :
gC.\1el".lllaws guaranteeing equal rights to all is ridiculous by any standard of logic, and ";" \

citizens-and that should be sufficient. misleading: to our young people to have- iI':;;, 'rler: 41tti .

M "rolling papers," cocaine spoons and dozensof ." ,
Governor! < ,
Right on. other drug-related items openly displayedand .') ", '

Another encouraging sign from Tallahasseecame sold .in so-calledt'head shops."u. V 4TN' 1 V' 608 G. FERGUSON -.JOHNM. MILLER .
when legislative maneuver. apparently Laurels to the Governor and the "House for Publishers, ?'

I intendc' 'epnve our law enforcement of- these indications 'of '-trend back to some Puhllllwil .wh Thuridtey-end intercd'.e txond CUn.''M.".;.!lh*Pert OHIc.*'a.Hari';. "In.under: Act of March. U7' 2
ficers i. se of radar in apprehending semblance "" .r. 'f A. '-', ;.I\\1.1 A.'"Jr< I SJ.M, I
of moral and lawful standards'inour '
speeders. .s.is thwarted in the House. The bill Subscription rat*In trade.._i If f.r V_r: U ale MctnthtOultld 7 i
in question was prompted by Miami: court society *trade urea,$10 Per T...r|S.0 air Months I
case last year in which the judge ruled that Now;; ..if the Senate will just fall in line. Phan 9"6305 S *.flarlrf


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Engaged Couple

Honored At

,Cocktail PartyMiss i

Kitten Hull and Steve Denmark -
were complimented at a
cocktail party Friday night, May 2,
i from 8 to 10 p.m. at the home of Mrs. .
Olive Ryder on Kingsley Lake.
.---- 4 rJ Hosts were Miss Dea Moredock,
I I s, New Beta Sigma Phi officers Installed April 30 are l-r) Mr. and Mrs. John E. Adams, Dr and
: Diane Hodge treasurer; Brenda Blade, corresponding Mrs. H.H. Adams, Mr, and Mrs Bill
I I"i < secretary:, Connie Best, extension' officer Cherie Cox,' I Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Warren W.
recording secretary; Rose Smith, vice-president; Marie' Winkler and Mr. and Mrs. John A.
I 1, Wynn president.> II Torode.
Greeting the guests at the door
i were Mrs. John Adams and Miss Hull.
i'a'''. :Sorority. Celebrates "> Junior Woman's, Club I I Wood ducks mounted on driftwood' LiLIl
Holds Installation- centered the hors d'oeuvres' table In
; founder's Day the
"l" Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dale dining room.
;"fT f Marie Wynn was host at the annual Awards Dinner The 150 guests enjoyed
n Founder's Day meeting of Beta The Junior Woman's Club met Celebrate 50th AnniversaryMr. refreshments on the deck.
Sigma Phi on April 30 at her home. Saturday, May 3, in the Pecan room I Among the guests were the parents
.. '. This Is their 49th year as an International of the Garden Restaurant for a lun- : .and Mrs. Harry Dale of the honored couple, Mr. and Mrs.
N'r organization.. A buffet dinner cheon and Installation of officers and S.G. Denmark and Mr. and Mrs. Joel
id'was served. Members attending' were yearly awards. r Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dale were hap M. Hull.Out-of-town guests were Miss
-", Marie Wynn, Connie Best, Diane \ py to celebrate their 50th wedding an- Julie Morris, Mrs. Katheryn Dancy,
Hodge, Brenda Slade, Cherie Cox, This years awards went to Mrs. niversary this year. Mrs. Kathrine Snead of Palatka, Mr. I
Wanda Smith, Linda Bowen and Rose Gary Stephens, club woman of the ,+ The couple were married in the and Mrs. Marlie Sanderson, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Woods'Nancy
Smith. year, Mn. Freeman Register,' Ill, First Baptist Church in Palatka April Mrs. Thomas Chastain and Miss Cindy
Following the dinner a ritualOrder president's choice, and Mrs. Mark j'J n, 1930 at 4 p.m. and went to live In St. Lawrence of Gainesville and Mr. Norton. ,
( of the Rose) was held in the Fries, rookie of the year.A silver tray' Augustine, Mr. Dale's birthplace.The and Mrs. John Anderson of Callahan.
honor of Cherie Cox. The ceremonywas and a charm were presented to them Dale's have one son Harry A. Miss Hull was presented with a Walter W. Woods
conducted by president Linda by Mrs. Robert Hau. ')j Dale, Jr. of St. Thomas, Virgin yellow daisy corsage. The couple was Married April 12
Bowen which was bestowed upon an r 1 Islands. given a Couroc tray as a memento of
individual who has completed IS Last week to celebrate their golden the occasion. Nancy Juleene Norton-daughter of
years to her chapter. anniversary the couple took a trip to The honored couple will be united in Mrs. Sally Thompson of Crosby Lake
Cherie Cox Is a resident of Keystone Georgia and visited old friends and marriage on May 17. and Bradley Norton.of Keystone
Heights and employed at the relatives of Mrs. Dale's and then Heights, and Walter Wayne Woods of
.;>;Veteran's Hospital Gainesville as a .and Mrs. William Gasklni traveled into the Smokies. Gainesville, son of Mr. and' Mrs.
.;Cardlo-Vascular Thoracic Lab Tech. They enjoyed the pink dogwood and Ellen George Harvey Woods of Alachua, were'
?' She is the daughter of Dana and Ellie other flowers and had a wonderful Shower Honoree united in marriage'Saturday, April
'- Jinkins of Gainesville. Cherie has Becky Harper trip they will long remember. 12, at 6:30: p.m. in the yard of the
been a hard working member since William Gaskins Miss Ellen George, whose marriageto bride's mother at Crosby Lake with
she Joined in May of 1964 in the Mrs. Freeman Register Married Hal Edwards will be an event of Hev. Raymond Williams performing
Gainesville chapter, NuPhi Muphl. Mrs. Gary Stephens April 4 Breakfast June 21, was honored at a kitchen the nuptials.The .
".'.She has held all the officers Jobs Mrs. Mark Fries Becky Harper, daughter of Mr. and May shower last Friday night at the home couple repeated their vows
within the past 15 years. She was also Mrs. Nick Harper, and William Pianothon, Coming of Mrs. Darrell O'Neal with before an arch decorated with
'"elected girl of the year in the past New officers for the coming year Gaskins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Events at Club House cohostesses, Mrs. Lonnie Zurfluh, greenery, flowers and baby's breath.A .
New off fleers installed were Marie were Installed by Mrs. V.J. Spentler: ,Gaskins of Lawtey, were united in Mrs.Richard Wimpy and Mrs. James recording of Virgil Fox Wedding.
i.' Wynn, president; Rose Smith, vice. Mrs. Robert Hall, president; Mrs marriage Friday, April 4, at 8 p.m. in Members of the Starke Woman's Smith. music was background music. .
:' president; Cherie Cox, recording Gerald Wilson, first vice-president; the Evergreen Baptist Church at.awtey. Club are reminded of the annual May The refreshment table was Steve Gay attended as best man.
:;flsecretary; Brenda Slade, correspon- Mrs. Robert Autry, second: vice- ,.! Breakfast to be held Saturday, May centered with an arrangement of pink Sandy Vargo served as honor atten
lading secretary; Diane Hodge, president; Mrs. Glenn Polk, The archway was decorated with 17, at 10:30: a.m. and blue silk flowers and at one end dant. She wore a blue lightweight .
't'lleasurerandConnie; Best, extension secretary: and Mrs. J.C. Dukes, cuts of weeping willow and two bouquets rtwrw was a cake decorated with tiny dolls. polyester gown with lace jacket and
"" ofncer. treasurer. of spring flowers on each side Seven local piano teachers are ask- holding umbrellas. carried a bouquet of daisies.
Girl of the year award was Special guests were Mrs. W.H. consisting of yellow, pink and blue ing their pupils to participate in a Games with prizes and Candy Burris was flower girl.
'; presented to Linda Bowen.This honor Thomson, president of the senior roses, pink and yellow carnations, Pianothon, a Gala Piano Recital, on refreshments were enjoyed by the 20 Given in marriage by her father,
". & given to a girl who has worked hard club, Mrs. Louis Young, Junior sponsor fern and baby's breath. May 26, from 4:30: p.m. to 9:30 p.m. to guests during the evening. the bride wore a gown of white lace
and given unselfishly of herself for Mrs. Jessie Wolbert, Little Randall Crawford, pianist, and be held at the club building.The with layers of lace gathered from the
_"*,the chapter and her sister members. Women's Club sponsor Miss Bobbin Miss Deanna Gaskins, soloist, Pianothon is a benefit of the'Community waist down to the floor and long lace
*' Linda is the wife of Robert Bowen and Stephens, 1980 Strawberry Queen, presented a program, ,of nuptial I Projects sponsored by sleeves. She wore a matching lace
is the mother of two children, Stacey Mrs. J.D. Warren, past president of music. .(the Woman's(:lub. It is to be veil and carried a bouquet of red
"and Dana. They have a home on the Junior Club Mrs. Harry Gruen, .Mrs., Marlene Norman servetf'as' 1s .Fundraiser: fend Fun For All". roses and baby's breath.
I ""Morgan Road. She is the daughter of past club woman of the year and five matron of honor.She wore light blue ai Eats "Pil bas-a a ponsorshlp sheet Lstll The bride presented a ingle rose to
Mr. and Mi's.1!! Carl Wilson.: members of the!; Little. Women's. Club. gown with spaghetti straps, dropping jyon whijaUo/ i record g flame and adLishe ;: her rtbthAr, her* Ite mother and
';-H:" Linda was given a pin and'Iropby ,,., u from the- shoulders 'tor a memento of the occasion. She flowered capelet. She carried a bou- ) agi ies'to sponsor (him, or her) reception was also held on the .
a has been an active member for the quet of pink, yellow and blue rosebuds for$1.00 each. At the end of each hour lawn where guests were greeted by
'' Kitten Hull during '_minuce break, Miss Pam Woods. Maxine Gay kept
past seven years and held the office of and pink carnations''with! =, i an
president the past year. Steve Denmark streamers extending:' refreshments will be served by the the guest book.
Ricky Norman" attended as best Woman's Club to those who are leav Mrs. Lee Ann Dampier cut the wed-
.. To Wed May 17 man. Daniel Littleton Phillips and sN ding cake and was assisted In serving
CAR WASH Miss Kitten Hull and Steve Denmark David Michael Harper were ushers. is free to come at the by Mary Pearsall, Mary Parks and
:?. .". FORCANC SOCIETY will be united in marriage The bride was given in marriage by beginning of each hour, 4:30, 5:30: Agnes Parrish.
Saturday, May 17, at 7:30 p.m. in the her fathel'l'! She wore a white satin 6:30: 7:30 and 8:30: p.m. and remainfor Following a wedding trip to Disney
f :'There will be a car wash Saturdayat First United Methodist Church with a gown covered in Venetian lace with a as many of the five hours as he Lake.World the couple Is residing at Crosby

the Pizza Hut at $2.50 a car, benefitof reception following in the StarkeWoman'a lace train following. She carried a wishes.
The club Invites attend. The is employed at TG&Y.
the Cancer Society, starting at is Club. bride's bouquet of silk flowers con- everyone 'pride
Admission fee at the door is $1.00 for The groom is employed at Pepsi
All friends and relatives are Invitedto sisting yellow, pink and blue rose
a.m.Owner buds and and those who have not already paid a Cola and drives a truck route for Pepsi. -
of car will receive a free attend. yellow pink carnations \ r; .
piece of Pizza while he or she waits. with streamers extending. pupil. ""
A reception was held in the : ; .. ., z--
Fellowship Hall at the Evergreen
: Baptist Church with Janet Duncan Jessica Durban Eva Carver
U.S.. V. C. keeping the bridal book. Betty Celebrates Second Jerry Sullivan

Dr. Wayne C. Eaton. D.C. cake Shuford and and Deanna Helen Gaskins Austin and served Sandra the Birthday May 3 Eva Annette Carver, w ; 'iY > i

Harper served the punch. The bride's Jerry Sullivan, Jr.
; Little Miss Jessica Durban
: table was covered with a lace cloth celebrated her sixth Plan June f.ro
(: Keystone Chiropractic Clinic birthday Saturday WeddingMr.
I : over a white satin liner. In the middle May 3, at the home of her
of the table was the 3-tier wedding Mr and Mrs. and Mrs. William J. Carver of
parents W.L. Durban in
At SR-21 \orih cake with a bride and groom center- Lake Butler. Melrose announce the engagementand
I .., piece and clusters of small pink, The 10 approaching marriage of their
: Key atone Shop Suite 5 yellow and blue roses. At each end of games with guests prizes attending ice cream enjoyed and daughter, Eva Annette, to Asher
the table set crystal punch bowls en- cake during the hours. Gerard Sullivan, Jr., son of Mr. and
circled with cuts of weeping willow. party Mrs. Bill Marchant of Starke and
Phone 473-3604 The bride graduated from Bradford Out-of-town guests were her grandmother Asher Sullivan of Gainesville.The sr
Sadie Elder
aunt Cbell
f.. '. Houm 9 a.m.-I" .,,,. and : .p.m. ;. 6'/ 1n. employed High School at in Union 1978, Correctional and is currently In- Elder Elder,, cousin both of, of Kingsley Melrose Lake and, ,aunt Carl, Santa yard Fe Lake wedding, Melrose will,take on June place 14.at n jrBernandine' J. .- f fs

stitution. Miss Carver will be a 1980 graduateand
,11 tin...Tiles.. no ell. !: Fri. The groom graduated from Bradford Erma Stroud,of Andalusia, Ala. plans to pursue a nurse or model-

: 9 High School In 1979, and is currently Ing job.
a.tt1.1 p.m. Thursdays, employed at Lawtey Correctional Mr. Sullivan Is a 1978 graduate andis

., 9 We Do Accept New Patients s The Institution.couple Is residing in Lawtey. Honored Engaged At Couple Gainesville.presently The managing couple will Skeeters reside In in

1 .. Swim Party Daytona where the prospective Early's picture was left
.. groom will own his own restaurant. out of the Hospital Auxiliary writeup '
Miss Kitten Hull and Steve Denmark last week due to lack of ipace. Mrs. '
were honored at a swim party'and Early was presented her 2500 hour t
PORTRAIT SPECIAL cookout supper Sunday afternoon award pin at the meeting.
The Rev. Don
Sponsored By given by Mr. and Mrs. John
J Mussoline and Dr. and Mrs. Steve Given Housewarming V

J"A ;//y/\ Dress ShopBradford Lake Beckett Broward of Palatka in Pomona at their Park.cottage at Rev. and Mrs. Don Scheetz and Retired Teachers MeetingSet

The 40 guests enjoyed swimming In family were honored a housewarmIng For 15
4t/w May
; q Square the afternoon, followed by a cookout at their new home in Keystone
the Oak on Saturday, May 3, from 3 to 5
supper. Among guests were thecouple's
8 A',1U parents, Mr. and Mrs.Joe M. p.m. given by members of Grace Bap- The Retired Teachers of Bradfordand
SwttafotM Taken Hull and Mr. and Mrs S.G. Denmark.The tist Church. Union counties will meet, on w
.' hosts presented the couple with Approximately 30 members and Thursday, May 1$,at 11:30: a m. In the
Portrait I a No Age I
a set of bathroom appointments as a friends called on their pastor and Methodist Educational Building' In
.,. memento of the occasion. family during, the party hours. Lake Butler.
a No
Of your choiceonly Group' Charge A covered dish lunch will be servedat
( w 12 noon followed, by'a puniness/
+ r I ., a P.ekag.a Also Available// Ate UMW Groups meeting.
Patricia Whitacre, ,
Reduced PAces To Hold Mrs. Grace' Adams'StevenX .Pie-
e n' Joint
Gorald Silcox Retirement Chairman'and-' .

$1.50.Including I:"I ." Dinner-Program.. >! To' Wed June 21 Dwight Hunter, Department Director I

The 'women of the'alx United Patricia Whitacre'and, Gerald "AM will attend.' .'dAd, teachers
retired' t ;
? : Days ,ft;Hours .: Methodist Women groups will meet at Silcox, both of Starke, will be unitedIn planning to retire.are urged, to'attend.
w J uA }} handling'arid a combined covered dish, special pro-' marriage Saturday,.June 21 at 1 "
f % ? 730; : ;'/ runt, I 't'. ', Ilk//
Tuesday night May
< : 'Friday May T 9, 12:00 0:00 p.m. at a private ceremony. '
tax pm pm 13, at 8:30 at die Methodist '!"' "C,
p.m After the wedding a reception will Lawtey Community'
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a.1 sruroay-luyTr. roott.m 9:00 pm Fellowship Hall. be held at p.m. at the Moose Lodgeto Ctt.u"Analven.r,. 41( I. [ _
This is the annual get-together for which all friends and relatives are, .I' -II -, :'. 'JIl';.,
all six groups. Invited to attend. ,.....wtey"lmmunJlr.\ Choir .will I
:. celebrate'.I third annllerB4I'Y''Ftl.day
.. I'' ''might; '-Mat !iy; 'lie! 8" 1. -
kJ : .at
$ I I '
Macedonia1 FrecwiteOBaptisI Cttorehw
Richard and Becky Roberts took/ a in Lawte .
'seven day cruise last week on the TSS I
rnotorap # :Festivale to St Martin, Johns' St. Kay Turner of Jacksonville was pa rid'iL"11 f41t l d%'al'fniMii\' I i

-. f I.. I Hit' Thomas and the Virgin Islands. Mr. here Friday at a family get-together 1'1' .11' ....', -(, : PI. It ,/
\ Gainesville, Florida. Roberta won the' trip for being a top on Clan, Turner's birthday.! J.n4' i, 'i ,) oIli"L" !"' II/I, 'Hr' : ;
Claire left -
.salesman the, for Ufe In-' Saturday to a .
Photographic year ,M.WJJ<,Thomson /
Memories WlthaPenonal Touch weekend with their father, Mr..nd ,
,vector They were 350 attending
? .. among weekend -with; iI"Iflill.iWltleI '
: Mrs. Bobby Turner in Belle '
Glade.!t': f'I
/ f from Life Investors.' ; ) l'AllAhaaaee.n d'tierenry i
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l & Harlis Ellington 1980 SweetheartFor Host Dln"er'p.rIXJMr. ?

::W1led April Apr. 12 in Lake Butler Sorority .and i Mrs.John A.,1'c rode entertained -
Rose Smith at a dinner Friday night
..1 '. was recently honored at part ,
a luncheon held at the Western Steer at the Stake Golf ;,Country, ubfiancee. .SPA
First Baptist Church Lake Butler Steak House having been elected 1980 .for' their son. ,Carl lain.', .
was tM setting for the marriage of Sweetheart for Beta Sigma Phi r Christie Redding after ?couple's!
t Melanie' JoAnne Cribbs 01))Lake I f sorority. wedding rehearsal. :.
Butler Mrs. Millard I Mrs. Smith was given a yellow rose ,v Guests were seated a.a,j' ij.ahapeddining
Bryant Mary( and B.C. corsage and also a heart shaped r, table where the head table was
Cribbs dali1ter 1 1 i1Up,' to -Harlis charm as a memento of the occasion. y centered with an arrangement of mix-
filrlEllington|| ( atid, Mrs. Smith Joined the chapter last r ed spring flowers including,ctatlce
Rlchai. 01 year and has been an outstanding gladiolus,; carnations, snapdragons
on Saftir&Bj iAprl11a. at pledge. She resides on Morgan road -and daisies In multi-colors. Place
I a:'M p.tn. wjfyh RevJMIehaef! Norman with her husband, Tom Smith ana cards marked the seating arrange- 1
$ ) .ity--Baptlet) Church, (Lake their children Shannon Heather and ment of the M guests which Included

I'i' performing nuptials. aitering Tonya. She Is the daughter of Mr.ands the wedding party, >Immediate
the altar was a greenery: ( Mrs.M.M.McRae of Conerly Estates.! families of the honored couple and la r/
I flanked by huge fern basket* i ouEo[town guests: Mr.and Mrs.J.W.
:with the branched candelabra! directly 1 The next meeting was held May 8 at: Redding and Mr. and Mrs. Claude
) behind the arch: and trinity 'candleto the home of Linda Bowen. Patti Diane Trlest Gillette of Pensacola.
one side. T Vf( I Those holding perfect attendances Randy Milikin During the dinner the wedding 004pie Diana Davis. -
i 'Mp. .James (SharonLyons) for the past year were Linda Bowen- presented gifts to their. atten Randall Grlffls
.{Organist aDd Ms. Gauii Lavender, yl Connie Best, Marie Wynn Diane' To Wed July 12 dants. ,
f,sofoitt, both.!Lake Butler,presentedr d Hodge and Brenda Slade. Diana Marie Davjs ,
a Howard ed pso'best: The chapter thanks the girls for Mr. and Mrs. Ervin S. Trlest of ,
1 1. Andy atten man their hard work during the year. Keystone Heights announce the Randall Griffis .
t i and! ushers were Joe Hcndricks and engagement and forthcoming marriage Plan
A reception was held In the Lake July Wedding
'l,.lliy Fair.. ,. 'r""I Butler Community Center where Miss of their daughter, Patti Diane Sheri Lynn Scheetz ,
Miss,Ravnilla'Smftlupf Jackson- to Milikin of Mr. ., .1 t
Karen Griffis, cousin of the groom Randy ,son and Mrs. Shower Honoree: ?
Jville MI've t Iaai'maidothonor.She Mr. and Mrs. Davis of
Ray .Lake
<< Stan- Marvin Milikin also of Keystone
greeted the at the door. .
wore'a batiste' llned'-organia' ,\ lime ding in the receiving guests line were Nora Pamela K. Tucker Heights. Miss Cheri Lynn 'Scheetz, whose Butler announce the engagement and
with small white marriage to Crews will of, their
green gown daisies Bryant, Harlis Ellington Alice Ell- Honor Graduate Andy be an approaching marriage
empire waist line with matching ington, B.C. Cribbs Melanie Cribbs The wedding date has been set for event of June 20, was honored at a daughter, Diana Marie, to Randall
green satin ribbon sash-belt puff and Ellinton. Karen Pamela K. Tucker daughter of Mr. Saturday July 12 at 3 p.m. In the bridal shower Friday April 25. given Alvin Griffis son of Mr., and Mrs.
sleeves and lace trim'at neck and Griffis Ellington the Ricky book.A and Mrs. Nell L. Tucker of Starke. Keystone Heights Community by her aunts, Mrs. Leon Tope and Alvin Griffis, also of Lake Butler. ,
sleeves. She wore a silk matching kept guest graduated from Florida Junior Col- Church. All friends and relatives are Mrs. H.R. Hoeft In Tampa.A Miss Davis will be'a May.30..1980'!
floral hairpiece and carried a bouquetof lege In Jacksonville on April 23. invited to attend. pink and yellow color motif was graduate of Bradford High School!:.; ;
candelabra with
matching green silk flowers. gold an arrangement She graduated with honors receiv- Miss Trlest is a 1978 graduate of carried out in the party decorations. Mr. Griffis is a 1977 graduate of
Attendants were Mrs. Lawrence of white yellow-centered daisies ing an Associate In Science degree In KHHS and Is employed at the The refreshment table was covered Union County Hgh! School and Is currently .
(Melody) Yarborough of Jacksonvilleand with floral streamers adorned one dental hygiene. While attending college Keystone State Bank. with a white lace cloth over yellow employed at Lake Butler Apparel -
end of cake table.
Miss Cherri Cribbs of Glen St. the groom's she served as secretary and ac- Mr. Milikin Is a 1977 graduate of and centered with a bride doll. Co.as Assistant Plant Manager.The .
Mary sister of the bride. Mrs. Yar. The lace covered bride's table was tive member of Phi Theta Kappa the KHHS and Is employed at Jacksonville Games with prizes and wedding Is planned for July 19
centered with a white wedding cake
borough's gown was similar to the honor fraternity. shipyards. refreshments were enjoyed by the 22 at 3 p.m. at the New River New Con
with fountain under the first layer a
maid of honor except in pink.She carried single tier cake out front and to the guests during the evening. gregational Methodist Church West of
a bouquet of pink silk flowers Lawtey.with .
side with and down both
(with matching pink silk flower hair steps up
sides. Dot Andrews cut the cake
piece. Miss Cribbs' also
gown was
which flanked candles.
was by
similar except In blue. She carried a
bouquet of blue silk flowers with mat- Punch was served from two punch
ching blue silk flower hairpiece. tables. The groom's table bride's Values
Deidre Davison niece of the groom, table and both punch tables displayed Spring
attended as flower girl. She wore a long streamers of Ivy with ivy being
pale lavender gown similar to the spread around the punch bowls.
maid of honor. Assisting were Debbie Box,
Jason Davison, the groom's Paulette Davison sister of the groom, IIC11 J
nephew served as ring-bearer in a Paula Jetstone, Mrs. Betty Bryantand s
white tuxedo. Mrs. Winnofae Fair. SMOKED A .aft
Given In marriage by her father Following a wedding trip to South LOTS ly
thebride wore a sophisticated satin Florida, the couple is residing In Lake OFCHICKEN .
gown with lace sleeves, empire waist Butler. '
line and lace overlay at the bodice. The bride is a 1978 graduate of Ed-
The gown had a lace detachable train. ward H. White High School In e s NON-STICK DUPONT
]Lea%711" WITH *
Her headpiece was of sophisticatedsatin Jacksonville and is employed at the SBHFASTQTHft WITH BACK .
covered with lace to match the Community State Bank of Starke. 3 NFCMS-3 CIHLCr PMGSGa. '
gown and secured her two tiered, The groom Is a 1974 graduate of SilverSStiiiieFEATURE
waist length veil of tulle. She carried Lake Butler High School and is i Lfi.Z-7.N .H FLAOK t39 :: I
a bouquet of white silk flowers, orchids employed with his father Harlis Ellington GA
and rose buds laced with green Twin Tops Parts & Services LB
I leaves. Lake Butler. $ (: /I t.It.'f l .II.el


Shower HonoreeMrs. LB 18 FRESHJUICE 3 QUART '
Griffis reunion will be held _""' COVERED :
Ronnie Sellers was honored at Saturday, Aug. 2, from 12 -till at the SAVE M-ALB SAVE!30''A' LB a I >Hlver e.Te SAUCE PAN .

a stork shower Wednesday evening, Raiford Community Center at P .. ,
April IS, in the Fellowship Hall of the Raiford. $ 11011,99 f

First Presbyterian Church, given by Bring all information concerningyour HOOD OR PURE HALF FLORIDA GAL' P t
Mrs. Maxine Gay, Mrs. Harriett family decendents such as fami- TROPIC ANA FRESH PORK LBAVG.3 TO 5 ;
Holtzendorf Mrs. Helen Paterson ly tree family bible, etc. Also bring a ORANGE 35W.. SPARERIBS
Mrs. Terri Paterson Mrs. Judy Duf- covered dish. 99 o (: l lP i

fy. Miss Pam Duffy and Miss. Janet For information call Jerome C. = C? t i
Montgomery. Griffis, 964-5682 or J.D. Griffis MVB 30 '" 1 ,
The grrWaftU'W ceVite edV/ith an 431-1373. Please no collect calls. '
f arrangement of daisie8"mr pastel AVK 20'( FREEZER QUEEN SAVE:x>\ : ;:' f t 1 PRIDE' '1i1 {
colored flowers. The cake was ALB .
spring 4'a: '
served from one end of the table by FRESHLY XJUf, ', ENTREES.."'",',..."" VSSSt 7:8.. FLAKEDCOFFEE
Mrs. Maxine Gay and punch was m M VJou. Knour GROUND Nil//" ':. :.. ::, \\ro / '
$148 .B'
.130. BAG )
served from the other end of the table BEEF $138 MtAlHAliS PATTIL CHAHBHOIL, ..... I -
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A game led by Mrs.Helen Patersonwas Chase Hardy of Phoenix, Ariz was 8YearY/ U rc utez2crnleed $219 1 I
played by the 35 guests to guess home for the weekend with his I J
the date of the arrival of the baby. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy. SEAFOOD UVI I*ALa I U ROLL MOTOR MU .. ". s
The hostesses presented the They, with Mrs. Bob Milner,attendedthe CRUNCHY BFFR BATTTRFD Sun n1,land Sausage. .99 4ta ORIBBl/B1.APRL '
honoree with a baby swing as a funeral of a brother-in-law, Carl PER POUND GORTON'SFISH BOOTH'SFISH ....MT. ...PllG.BlGIICHT..1If \ De monte Drinks .59" t
memento of the occasion. Motes In Palatka on Saturday after TURBOT ( PORTIONS FILLETS Gwaltney's Franks. 0 .tps ::' ", of; .

Betty Carter noon. FILLETS Mv.loA LB 30'\' JL| 225oS289 Oscar MT.lam Mayer.....M
Ten members of the Methodist Sun- Lykes Weiner. . .98 Ma7shma3lows.
Walter Cavanaugh 0" Wdd 3//?
day School Choir attended the i MVI IV.f...MG.IUCID MIAT ,
Married April :21 Children's Music Retreat at Lake Cityon -- r Fyne Taste Bologna. .*P* '
April 2526. They were: Pam and \ >. ..... Weight; Watchers93i'
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ofttr. .....Wu1t. '
Carter of daughter MVI lk
Betty Lawtey COIN O -
Celeste Carter, Kim and Stephanie Franks
Taste . .88'
and Mrs.-Rowell Prevatt and Dukes, Mitch Gray Tommy Harden- Gold 'O;Corn CA8INI.584) uW.1a....PANTRY HUM Cut ,.\, :. q1t

alter Cavanaugh of Orwell Ohio, brook Dodie McRae,Shawn Schmidt, SAW ir-..t.....MNnnr mot Meat Franks. . . .*2"SAVIM Pride' ,ti\' !\ '
of Mrs. Rose Cavanaugh and the ... Pantry .
ion Donna and Jimmy Younts.They were Cream Cheese . 6ofVegetabie !KG..ntOONMftIv..1UUD ,,.rt. ,,
ate William Cavanaugh, were unitedn accompanied by Verna and Cana 0 Cooked Ham, . . .*P* '
Monday, April 21, in PRLIM ......
marriage Schmidt. MVI IV1X.PllG.IOCTDIPICID. MUT M '
Spread .88 RINSE .. .
olkston Ga.Attending Cooked.. Salami (pains PIIOI).t)4s ;: xr ; '.
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the couple were Earl Mr. and Mrs. George Williams, Jr. .. SAVE MM PRG.PANTRY MOf MU 4 i

oorhead and Rose Marie Koby. of Norfolk Va., are visiting Mr. and Ii;; Buttermilk' BiscuitsT., .68* Smoked.... Sausage. . .tp. f Pink or Lemon '...t-, ..'.
MVI .u10.CMP)OUGHT 11 't
Mrs. Williams Sr., this week and also MVI Km''''.OUAHfia ,
visited Mrs. Lila Caldwell on Monday. > 3/H Cheese Spread. .241 t, t Oal. ,'"
Fyne Spread .' SAVW-Ti-PPNr.PANTRMP.O.aICO' .
.2>J y.--4- 'f 'Savee-
American . .* 89C '..
Singles T
Mack L. Williams, Sr., a patient in Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Colson spent last ,
radford County Hospital, had his week with their grandsons Jim and !' : :
dimity visiting him during the Drew Williams at Ormond Beach f" kLax : { "-'

eekend including:. Mack Williams, while the boy's parents were on a trip. 160. ROLL PArmtvPRID l2o.PKG. $ l Cl Ieanerl'tV. :; y '52..
r. Of Macon Ga., Mrs. Jane Meluaig SLICED ASSORTED
of Waycross, Bob Williams of Jeannie and Carlton Faulk spent I HYGRADE 68 (: LUNCH $ j'Ajax Deterg ri' : : :*:i '
acksonvllle, John Williams of the weekend with their parents, Mr. SAUSAGE MEATS ; ,
Itusville Rep. Frank Williams and and Mrs. Lucian Johns In Jackson- SAVE2O' SAVE &nffu>> 'et nJ V tHI t ""
ichard Williams of Tallahassee and ville.pT 'Ajax) >Dish Liq'U'"ld. ,' .;*.... I.
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BUS Class of '1etat / Seventh Day AdventistsSponsors' Starke Nursing Home ::1'' ..VVVr 4.0 0 ':
Missing ClassmatetlieinBradford "' = ""..1' :, Celebrates National'Nursing 'j. 11)7 ...

t:' High School'' '1970 MultiphaseVan'l Home Week l J.

locate,ClajwReunion;, the Committee\ CAN NOT, 'The': hU'tl' lII iis6i t.* di.iP 111 lie In Starke Nursing Home, 808 S. Colley
.' Carlton Starke on May W<1> front of WInn- Rd., Starke, will Join with thousandsof I ;
Pat Carnley,
['Theresa DIXie In the Bradford Square from 10 nursing homes across the countryin I" .
Grjffii, Ray Jordan, Allan Gloria Griffin Knight, Betty, :'a.m. to 4 p.m..The Multlphasld Van .la celebrating National .Nursing.
brought to .Stark aa public
being ,Home May n-18,19801.
:i.Sandra Leach, Larry McLeod, Linda
service under sOChur 1 of the "Love is the 1880 theme flit
11\I'NUgeot, Null pa ay,6ptis '
Marty Christy geft .
c will remind In the community -
i Larry Padgett,ItobertRollerArRudOlpII lvne .Seventh-day, ( everyone
5 ,. Don Smith Sylvia Sm th, i I IThere. that nursing home residents need
Involvement families
continued with
Becky Snyder: and Gary Webber. Is'no charge'for this service
T"i ."-If you have any Information concer- and the public Is encouraged to come and neighbors. Home
lilng the location of these classmates out and participate I The screening During National Nursing
'please contact Joyce Allen Johns, program will Include blood pressure, Week Starke Nursing Home will holda
M4-8970 or Claudette :Peterson, hemoglobin,,diabetic! and glaucoma number of special activities tohonol'
and staff. These
their residents
gM706;; ,after..Jl.m.or from 8 a.m. to i tests.Diabetic tests can only be provided and
activities to arouse
are designed
'3:30 p.m. tall Hampton 468-1212, or for those persons who have
!r involve the
write RL 3, Box 1310,Starke,Fl 32091.g eaten the prescribed diet on schedule. long term care community's residents'awarenessof needs and
\ Remember It takes money to have a
{ good reunion.! The very best la being I the Impressive range of rehabilitative
services nursing
provided by quality
planned for so send meal until the tests
everyone, your Following your homes. To conclude National Nursing
money In now. are completed,, do not drink liquids the toour
Home Week invite
we public
The reunion will be held Saturday food
other than water or eat any or Fun FashionShow
House and
June 28, I960, beginning at 8 p.m. In candy, or smoke, chew gum, cough Open which will be held Saturday
the National Guard Armory on Edwards drops, etc. otherwise the test will not
May 24 at 4 p.m. For more Informa-
Loop. be valid. Please arrive fifteen (11) about
tion these events, contact
minutes before( 'time for your appoint- Beverly McGee at 9644220. X k
Local Telephone Co. men No known 'glaucoma

To Close May 26 cases are tested.-- The Register Family,
r ,
For Memorial Day Sets' HomecomingIn Earth Day at Southslde Elementary

: Continental Telephone Co. of the Dance Saturday NightThe GeorgiaThe
South wishes to remind their Register Family Associationwill These Southslde Elementary School students gathered Manning, Erie Dampier Amanda Loper, Eddie Clever.
customers that their,office will be Bradford High School Band is hold its annual homecoming at pop-tops from aluminum drink cans to make this huge and Mrs. Lennon.
'closed Monday, May 26, In 'observance sponsoring a dance at the Starke National the Wayfare Baptist Church,Sunday, mobile which hangs In the school library to note Earth This year marks the 10th anniversary of Earth, Day.
of Memorial Day. Guard Armory on May 10 from May 18.This Day. The kindergarten students of Mrs. Beulah Lennon celebrated to help bring attention to our environment. and
Jeff McGehee, state customer ser- 7:30-12:00. Admission is 2.50 for Is located about 300 yards off of gathered the most pop-tops. From left to right Matt Hoyt, the need to help keep our streets and highways free of Ut
vice manager for Continental, IBid singles and $3.50 for couples.All proceeds highway 129, between Statenville and Kelley Hlnaon, Brenda Kay Sweat Kena Watson. David ter.
"The repair reporting center will re- will go towards the band's new Stockton, Georgia. I I
main open Monday for taking trouble uniforms. So come on out and have Registration will start at 10 a.m.'
reports and we will have repairmen fun while supporting the Bradford and the meeting will follow at 11 a.m. Did You Know........
standing by In the event of an High Band. (EST), with a picnic at noon.

emergency. Capt. and Mrs. John Myers have Mrs.Edna Hill of Pomona Cal.and
returned to their home at Kingsley Mr. and Mrs. W.G. Godwin and
Lake after visiting in South Florida daughter Linda of Chagrin Falls,
with Mr. and Mrs.Paul G.Dolembo In Ohio are visiting their mother Mrs.
Venice and Dr. and Mrs. Graham Bertha Pearce for ten days. Mrs.
set the King In'l'equesta. Mary Beth Peacock and family' of
we pace Jacksonville will Join the family on
Mrs. Irene Holland has been Mother's Day.The W.G.Godwin's
transferred from the Gainesville Con- also visiting his mother Mrs. Eve
valescent Center to the Starke Nursing Godwin.Mr. .

Ei r e r Home. and Mrs. Stephen TiUey of
-' Mrs. Lila Caldwell Is in Ocala Tues- Orange Park and Mr. and Mrs. Steve
day to Friday visiting her niece, Mrs. Herdsman of Gainesville spent Sun
ORANGES Thelma Dean and her sister, Mrs. day with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Esma Yongue in a convalescent W.E. Tilley.

ME CN# home. Van D. Crawford, Diane Crews. i
GRAPEFRUITS Mrs. Charles Hardy visited her Denise M. Cissy of Starke, and
mother, Mrs. G.E. McGauley in William L. Andre of Keystone
SPECU&L Palatka on Tuesday and Wednesday.Mr. Heights, graduated recently from St.
olf > \ Johns River Community College al
5 LB
I BAG HALF and Mrs. M.F.Hazen have had the end of Term II.
A YOU COUPON WILL RfcCBIVB WHEN' as visitors, Mrs. V.V. Hazen of
FREE YOUR VOU PICK PRINTS Us* I (: $189 Gainesville on Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wilbanks of
fOR I 8 9 Aubrey Hazen of Gainesville on Calhoun Ga. and Clyde WUbanks of
.,. UN. 5x7 Y Saturday and Mr. and Mrs. O.G. Jacksonville Ala. were recent
I "' COLORENLARGEMENT .,. Strayhorn of Wildwood on Sunday. visitors of their brother-in-law and
i wVv" h ',: QUARTER, . . . .\.99' sister. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones I ,
i( SAVE.too. '4 1 Susan Hall of Gainesville spent the Mrs. Jones and guests attended the
.. WlfMIMMIHrtl IN L" W SAVE 20' weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Mac funeral of their aunt. Bertha Skates. I
!'... ;rJ: :",n1.\\.1.':' :ssTiuir1GOOD :: '::::\\': ; Baldwin. Her mother. Mrs. Maxine 95, in Sanford on May 1. I
I FRESH GREENQUKES: Hall Joined the family on Sunday
MAY S THRU MAY 14. I9SOI U.S. NO. I afternoon.
.... BAKINGPOTATOES LOST Whit gold iwcktoc: \

I PANTRY PRIDE ; Hugh Hutson was a medical patientin Monday morning. In vicinityof [
attic Necklace l 10
: North Florida Regional. Hospitallast gift from tan and _tuable. I

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119' ..V'.IlInA..w"" .
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MW.McotMf Memo, Mushrooms . < 'I5

[Fyne Napkinsf < m 6499*, 39 t Yellow AVI TV i nc KM*oww Onions. .3m39. A Uvi Plait or Tree for
Whole Beets. .3/89* LB law f.l A10 AU IMKM UJ.NO.I Lasting Enjoyment
ltelMHnVMOIMNCHfMIIO.f_ dm-i- Jf( y SAVE 30' A LB Chef Potatoes. . \.9. ''
Choose from entire stock
$ G. -tT our

Cut: ,Green Beans. ..,, /" ., ,'. ,. Vim' Fresh"VOlr.ltOAD"Crapefruit. 6/$..10I' 0 of foliage plants shrubs fruitor i

PANTRY PRIDE .AveIr.I.MINR.OROA 12/$1/ shade trees '
160e .
Juicy Oranges
FJKMR, >4'BiREAD' Celery . '''

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f 9 7- PANTRY PRIDE s' MVI ir.MUH MO.INOfVI.toe.......CM
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'm TWIRLS 'I* !? $.14.4. .a"Ol.IOCOtOlll $OA4
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Miifiv fMoi MO awn KM CM Olympic. 'Meal.I .69. Jelly Roll, . ,89, Peanuts. . own gift plant... I

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7 by Dolores M4etlI' r, tog the..death of their.mother last. "participated{ : i In the recent DanceAThon Mrs..Smith Back (morning.;,Bother Olympic activities Jungle Cruise, bottom boat,
phone-8-l 15 -week.. held' In Stark) .J.rheld out!'forH Mrs. Martha Smith who'served as.i ,will be conducted during 'regular seeing the deer mother Interesting

., I \ .,..( I I hour and'contributed.hts pledge toi *,ScBoo: )Librarian for four years before Physical Education class' times'' 'animals and foliage there. They enloyed -

Senior Cltls .' j : I the purchase/ of new band jjrtuorm*. ..: Waving! in >973 returned ta the school ,throughout (be week. < .' s picnlo I lunch In the park there
*TIle 'Hampton.SeoIor' itlzenk enjoyed -' >iir: and Mrs,JWdswart, 'ttb ,L ._ -- .. en May a. She was welcomed as the Mrs. Betty Ann Griff was their bus

; rfheir Friday ..meetln;' when;' sooa''Jody' < and .rueda-.Joyed fromFrlda "H m (OftElemellta.,8e ",,,new second grade teacher. '. Class Activities driver that day. Mrs. McLean and

Uwenty-KueaU were .IneludedMrs. -. ; to. Sunday 1 f Horseshoe Klngergarten Registration' 11 1.j The students In Mrs. ]MiQAly'I } ..Ml** Peterson were happy with the
nTaLasia Beacjv3toey; appreciated the lovely Several: rstudents have already, Ledbettelr I i McLean's fourth class and MI .
Ruth > is tm', Mrs. Kath: Physical grade a.I good behavior of their students on the
j IK*....Mary Jones?! who. ha*'"been. weather' and came hernewlth'a nice'catch enrolled;;;1tr Kindergarten- the' '1'ducaiJoolnstructor.,1a! presenting I>Claudette Peterson's1 filth"grade enJoyed o' trip. -

I iaitlng her from Palatka Mr. Belle ,II af trout.eft ,bass'and shark, 1980-41 school term. Parents are requested -' I, her students in the Olympia. Program. the recent visit of Mr.. Jim
I Brown. brought along her daughter ::.They" enjoyed watching; the per enroll' children.as soon asipossibleiat 1IItI''Week' 1 O'Neal who Is the Channel weather Special MaUl Program

Mrs. Kathryn Carbone from, poise and, ,other. .. fish. In the,Gulf, the school offlee.between* ', i, The Hampton Elementary iwo' i reporter In Gainesville.:They were Informed Miss Peterson's grade class will
Elizabeth: N J.,who has been visiting l. a.m.aa 5:3op.: m. : Olympics-officially opened Monday I, about storm formation,safety be working highly individualised{
her. Visitor. 'TO beelislble children must' be 6 morning,i May '9,''a{ '10 '.ID. AU precautions and careers In broad- math program until the end of this
The next meeting of the Club to Mrs. Jane FenUine left on Wednea-,, years old on or before Dee. 1, 1880.r r 1 "classes, Klndergirten thru 7th grade; 'casting. This informative session school year. This program is entitled

scheduled for May 18 at the City: Hall, .day's Amtrak train to return to her Proof of birth should be brought inarched out onto the Olympic field, .highlighted[ a week'0' weather study.;; PASS Parents and Students Succeed

beginning at :2 p.m. home la Oxford, Connecticut' follow- along.. .Before entering 'School.. I each headed by'a student carrying theAmerican.Hag. ,by the students. developed by a group of math
-i.r tag' three,i weeks' ,visit. with her children are required to have the pro- Some bamen were Teachers ''and school -personnel teachers from the Bradford Middle

., ., ....HOull.. d.ughtarsJoAna, and Mrt f l Josephine; per'lmdttsnlzat f one and vaccinations ..also brought along.."Mrs.,Ledbetter'' were delighted to sea theirpo rtralte' School.
?Donna Mowry report, 'that' the !i which may be obtained at the County. sndPriitcipal'< Connie Clark welcomed \,which appeared recently on the walls This Is an excellent program where
HaMpton 4-H Club met Monday even-' Mr. and'Mrs. Bernardo bias and Health_ _Department_ in_Starke.. .parents and friends who attended the of the hall outside the fourth grade each child has individual booklet.

tag,:MaY 5, at the home of Mr. and cbIIdNIo fwinmina and may opening ceremonies, which began clussroomr Mrs. McLean's talented' Each booklet contains a parent.I -
visited St. last : Trophy- with the artilltie .Itudents did a .fMie, Job of' .
Mrs. Harold Waters. Thla meeting i Star Spangled Banner and I student section; this section Is to be
was attended by seven members. The ,They enjoyed the Minion of Nombre > !l Alan G. Rogers-vecentlydinp1 yell 'the'Pledge"' to the American Hag. drawing portraits[ of their teachers- the chlJd'a homework section, and is

American Pledge was given( by Tammy -' de DkM and other Interesting places the nice trophy he was awarded for Frank Sheffield wu the official Flag and helpers I to be done with the parent's help at
Peeples Kim Smith held the 4-H there. > (, his participation In the County SpellIng Bearer. Lighted torches were carried Last Friday the nth and 5th graders home. Miss Peterson may be contacting
Pledge Among subjects: discussed Bee. Tha trophy was inscribed by Brenda Billy Bauldree. enjoyed a trip to Silver Springs where parents closer to the end of school
were records books, the 4-H Camping :'BlrtMays. ;' i S, with his'name and'Second Place The 600 yard Rely Race and the they were treated to complementary to get their reaction to this program.
program and Awards to be Julie Dormlney. celebrated her 12th j i f Bradford County Spelling Bee- 1980. Marathon. Race were held 'Monday passes. :They especially enjoyed the

distributed for work well done., birthday May 1.' 1 1 I r > Menu May 12.18MONDAY
Happy Birthday to Ruth P dIno'I macaroni
%. on May:V I Bolo
Condolence* It cheese,
"Sympathy is extended to Mrs. Ad- Christopher 'Hayroth" .was 'a yesin- '' IJ} Girl News. ""..__-. -. ___ "i""I, biscuit, milk.TUESDAY. ns, applesauce

die McConaghy and the Clarence old on May. Sausage pattie, rice,
Melton.family on the death of their Rob Spitz celebrated hut 13th birthday -: .y ." (living) Oour( ) V (values) E 'Belflower, Krlsty Dickens, Amy tomato gravy cabbage slaw pineapple
W.J. Mr. May. ; Noegel and Dede Prevail. Accompanying tidbits mUk.WEDNE9DAYs .
i grandfather McConaghy. I (everyday). where they used the promise roll
and Mrs. Clarence Melton and Randy Miller' Was' *s years' 'old" on'' ,.. by Carolyn Eaves etc. We appreciated the theme the group were Andy Garcia Hamburger on

children Pam Clarence Jr. and May4. PeIIIIM' celebrated her phone M4-5812 and program since we are working on Adores Shatter Mn. Charles ShafferBeverly bun, lettuce, tomato, pickle, French
Theresa and Mrs. McConaghy attended Tammy \.'( the Challenge of the Girl Scout !Promise Williams,, .Matt John. andDorl. fries tt orange milk.

his funeral In Little Rock,Ark. llth f birthday May '.- Cadette Troop 520 attended the Sun- ,.There were 1,042 scouts: attending THURSDAY Chicken tetraxzlnl. ,
last Wednesday.They all left on Moo-' Jason Watson celebrated: '.his' 5th ; coast Scouting Safari at Busch the Inter-council event. They Friday of last week Troop 690 had green peas tossed salad fruit cup,

I day and returned Thursday. birthday on.M yS., t Gardens last Friday thru Sunday. It were well behaved and everyone had an overnight at the First Christian biscuit, mills.FRiDAYs .

.Mona and Tommy Croes have DaA11IoIID..J ,was a wonderful weekend, the a blast. Those attending were Carmen Church, where the highlight of the Fish portions carrot &
I returned with their father Kenneth ''Weather was people Eaves, Michelle Klmutis, Julee Wise, evening was a fashion show. The raisin salad, grits, hush puppies,
I Cross;to live in Rhode Island, follow- Rlddlck was among those who 'were great .beaut1fullothe Busch Theresa Ricks Lisa Blackshear scouts also sang. There were fourteen banana, milk.

._ .
scouts spending the night. Thanks to
Gardens.:Can you imagine campingout Valerie Hamm Roeland Lennon
u raT and having your meals catered for Ruth Jenkins, Melanie Wood anti the church for the use of the facUlties..c. _-.c:

'VT ChrlltLuth.r..C. you? It was a real treat believe me. Dianne Wood. Laurie Mullins and I -. ...4
.we stayed at the Busch Gardens enjoyed taking the scouts, they were a
{(Travel Park where we were entertained pleasure. Sorry Senior Troop 669 was KLPOA DirectorsTo Card of ThanksWe

... .. Friday by the steel band. unable to attend. We know they would Meet Saturday desire to express! to our kind
JI'tI t Saturday we spent the day in Busch have enjoyed the trip.
i SUNDAY SCHOOL & BIBLE CLASS. !Gardens and the evening in Advertture Brownie Troop 690 has been busy Directors Owners of the Kingsley Lake Property heartfelt neighbors thanks and thoughtful for their friends our expressions
6 P.M. Island. Adventure Island Is a new ) They recently! traveled to Association wlU meet many
Step Saturday 10 at 10 In of sympathy. The beautiful
May a.m. the
water which opened for Foster for where
park they just a Saturday
i r,:; :' : WORSHIP SERVICE 7 P.M. .:the Girl Scouts from 7 to 10 and the they enjoyed touring the park having Kingsley Lake Civic Center. oral offerings were especially ap-

1 Keystone Uons Club scouts loved it. Sunday morning we lunch by !the river and hiking. Those All members of the association are preciated. The
Invited to attend FamUyofAncU
the which Is
aw Keystone Heights Fla.' t hillside at the travel park and it surely Michelle Garcia Yvonne Bobo open public.
m Call 473-4177 9 to 5 p.m. Itcha 5/8
was impressive The theme was L Melissa Sara, Erin Williams Marty
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After 5 P.m. ;Y
YOUAUTO May we take this method of thank

ing our neighbors friends and
Friday Night customers for their kind expressions
p 4 of monetary i contributions food
r- -------------------------------_--------------osltoe'CRArfORO )..'!.. flowers and sympathy in the loss of
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| MELVIN C WIT A RT 9.BOH. >9S> All'I 1 ..1
SEII. or 5.1'4' [ expressions have been greatly-ap
'3 7.1' .1..92 20.4S .S.WS .435.40_. belle Ross preciated.:
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of the Oasis.
DAN M Ar :2 BOX 8 ex Q. Although I can't find any Lounge.
[ flea AT A PT ON r LINE Of3E1Of W/. MICH'>f 19 490. sign of a Teak, I constantly
[ 01* .NW. ..con. N 240 *. e 200. SM.V 201* .TO POR smell fume Inside
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been going on now
this word thanks for the kind
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Sl'! A IN S. COR OF se./. Of NB1/4 SOI/.. Of rsl l/. SCII four weeks. Where acts of sympathy expressed by
OF 'HW./. c. ei/2 of SWI'4 t mi fit of SE1NEI /. OF SEIA /. "Q fumes be coming from and thoughtful friends. These kindnesses
rx711! IN NE con sfOf sei/4 ex -4c e of CLAY ao : t how can 1 stop them have much
I ER 'ICIYS'ONI! HOTS COUNTRY CLUB ix-sc cm- ax. j pc..a t EX KFV. r0 nHVN meant to us. Special
CLue Far OA 3.J".-> C SKI/4 OF HW"/....(.VINS. C Of CO OH RO I ,1 150..... .r. ., thanks to the DeWItt C. Jones Funeral.
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Lawtey NewsBy I.-I '1 ..1 n ......1 II II ... n I ......Lafrs_.fastr_o-ct4lll .C__1 l.-ct4lll Cl '1 _Fssr ..r.wt.r.F..aa4ts.. r

continue to progress nicely. They are Mrs. Purvis Brown was honored Mr. C.E.!: Strickland of Mr. and tar*. Lester Walker and .Mrs. Fred Moore spent a week with
Elisabeth Terry phone. TI2-33M. both In the hospital In Jacksonville with a surprise celebrate her Gainesville was a guest of her sister family visited their mother, Mrs. her sister, Mrs. Cecil Wade of Tampa
CHURCH ACTIVITIES: Receiving good news about them Is a 74th birthday Sunday, at her home Miss Elizabeth Terry Thursday untilSaturday Catherine Bradford County Mrs. Joyce Futch of Blacksbear,
Evergreen Baptist', The church: will comfort to their friends. with a host of friend and relatives-. .Miss Terry had an accident Honpltal on Sunday afternoon. stopped by Sunday'P.M. for a visit
have a YOUTH REtIVALlay 8, 5 Meeting of note is the Bible study at Approximately so guests Joined In on Wednesdayaand Mrs. Strickland Mrs- Barry Watts returned home with her sister.,Miss Elizabeth. Terryon
and 10. Service will begin\ at 7:30 the parsonage every Friday night at 8 to make her birthday a memorable from Naval Hospital Jacksonville on her way to Starke.Lawtey .
pm. Evangelist for 8 and 9 will be p.m. The study will be about SOULWINNING. day Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice of LakeCity 'Friday after' being admitted on. '
Rev. Ralph Rodrlguex. pastor. of visited their parents,' Mr..and Wednesday.for,minor surgery.Mr. Elementary. -."
Hopeful Baptist Church of Lake City.. Rev.and Mrs. Don Love went out to The traditional birthday cake and Mrs. Harold Eunice on Wednesday School Menu. "\
Evangelist for the loth is- Rev. Don Lawtey Correctional Center and conducted punch'' Mrs. .afternoon. .and Mrs;Oscar Carter,Mr.-and ;
Marlyne Asst. Pastor of Northwest services and singing on SUn- Brawn .received many guts which Henry Hodges and sons. Hank and Mrs. Richard Carter and lion. and MONDAY Me* :lli Chicken li Pfc*. paid jlro! .
Baptist Church In Jacksonville. da1aR moon. were appreciated but most treasured Mark and some friends of Kingmley and Mr. and Mrs. Shad Starling baana, hail cup blecult/butler, milk.
Lake attended the Stock Car Rae.at daughter, Jennifer;attended the I.N; TtiKSDAY, May in Baked .bun,candled""'"'..
of all one's .
Choir Director and pianist will be was each part In the surprise pew,been,.1'1'__ mil/butter,nlkVWBDNB8DAV. -
Ted and Connie Walker from Liberty gathering.Among Lake City Speedway, on Saturday Norman reunion at Lake Butler Com* May. |4> Fried. cAkken, l-oIMd
Baptist Church Jacksonville. There those attending were; Mr. night. inanity Center on Sunday. potaUN* end iravf, mixed" vegetable*, nearhea. "" ,
will be special singing every night and Mrs. 'Jake Browder and son, We are sorry to report that Mrs. Mrs. Laura Witcher and friend ? / er,milk. .
the Matt of Vero Beach Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey who Is In Riverside Judy, of Miami, spent the weekend THURSDAY. May Id Spaghettimeat. ,
This revival Is directed to. young ; Joyce mourellt cheeee Mix,toes salad, pew half. ,breed
people with everyone in mind. Spencer and daughter of Clay lull; Hospital. Jacksonville, isn't' getting with Mr.and Mrs. Oscar Carter lice/butter" milk (Trip Lundme 1\IrIutJt-
First Baptist: HOMECOMING Sun- Mrs. Barbara Newman of Macclen- along well. She would appreciate.the Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Phillips of wick, Pout bulMr/jeily\ potato chip, banana
18. welcome.. ; Mrs. Gladys Torres of Starke prayers of all her friends.: Monlac, Ga.. visited Mr. and Mrs. milk.: '
day May Everyone ny ; FRIDAY May Is i Turkey sandwich, rnut tut
Rev. Roger Wooten will be the Mr.and Mrs. Tommy Wise and Bren- Derrick Alvarez son of Rev. and Oscar Carter on Sunday afternoon. Mr/jelly,potato chips. banana,milk -.*
speaker at the church Sunday May 11 da Robinson Klngsley Lake Bill Mrs.Roman Alvarez,of Starke was .
for both services. He is Assistant Wise of Hampton; Mr. and Mrs. Sunday dinner guest of Henry Hodges -
Pastor at Seaboard Avenue Baptist Ralph Wise Mrs. Margaret Wise and and sons Hank and Mark.
Church Jacksonville. sons,Craig. Kevin and Chris Mr.and Mrs. George Kelly Mr. and Mrs.
The church will have a REVIVAL Mrs. Larry Brown and daughters Earl Troxell and daughter, Mrs. Pat ve
May 20-25. Rev.T.R.Moore of Bristol Michelle and Tracey Mr. and Mrs. Hayes spent two weeks with their I
Va., will be the speaker.This man is a Mitchell Brown and Johnny Mr. and son-in4sw and daughter Mr. and
Man of GOD. Be sure to come and Mrs. Paul Norman and sons, Kenny Mrs.Craig Carrol and family of Boca
hear him. Services will be at 730; and Davy Mrs. June Popell. Jimmy Raton.
each night. r and Paula. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Tommy Godwin of Gainesville
Grace Valted Methodist: Choir Harper Mrs. Betty Carter, Mr. and visited his sister Mrs. Harold Euniceon
practice for the children will resume Mrs. Ray Roster and Maria Mr. and Friday morning.
this Wednesday at 7 p.m. Mrs. Lonnie Teston Mrs. MaryCille Mrs. Barbara Whaley and girls of r i I
Mrs. Hubert Priest and Mrs. Ivey Mrs. Purvis Brown Bennett and Rev.David Brown all of mother, spent the weekend with her
Lawtey. Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, sister a
Mrs. Daisy Boch and her daughter.

Bradford Bassmasters r_.__ r _4 PERSONALS: Miss.Lynn and Whaley.Mr. Mrs. Barry. Watts visited Single"& Doublewides ,

Saturday April 19, the Bradford Good to see Norman Phillips backat Paul Smith son of Mr. and Mrs. their brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
Bassmasters held their monthly tournament full speed. Norm was In the Larry Battles spent the weekend with, and Mrs. Frank Honaker their
at Rodman Reservoir. Boats hospital a few days ago. his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. brother and sister-in-law Mr. and At Unbelievable Prices
launched at Kenwood Landing. I'm sure W.T. Smith and Wayne Thurston Elisor of Middleburg Mrs. Phillip Henson and w
were Tournament began at good daylightand McCarthy are glad to be back home Mr. and Mrs. M.D. Crap, Sr., Phillip Jr., and their babYd
ended at 6 eating that good ole' home cooking. were Sunday dinner guests of their niece, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frazier At Our New Location
My son. Kevin fished with me. We They have been on a mission outsideof son-in-law and daughter Mr. and and children, Jason and Erin of
headed east toward the stump area the USA. Welcome home men I Mrs. Richard Menote of Jackson- Orlando last weekend. JOHN BROWN MOBILE HOMES,
10, the Bradford ville. Their granddaughter Roena Jessie
where we fished for awhile then we Saturday May Mrs. Mae Soehl of Atlanta .
moved Into the trees near Blue Spr- Bassmasters will have their monthly Ceballos came home with them and Ga., her granddaughter, of "
ings Run. Several boats were in the tournament and annual fish fry at will spend a week. Gainesville, Mrs. Iva Douglas of 2V Mi North on Hwy. 21 .
trees. Santa Fe Lake.Tournament. Miss Tracey Pettit of Lakeland, Brooker and Mrs.Virginia Belling of
Kevin and I had landed three nice will begin at good was a Tuesday overnight guest of Mr. Worthington Springs visited their 473 3775 'j
bass; I lost several in the stumps. daylight. All boats will return to landing and Mrs.Jim Lamonte and son,Troy cousins Mr. and Mrs. Hermle Kellyon
Keystone Hel '
hts Fla.
The weather began to turn bad early at 10 a.m. Between 10 a.m.and 2 and their mother, Mrs. Henry Smith. Thursday afternoon. -
in the afternoon. At 3 p.m. we mov- p.m. the Bassmasters will have a fishfry. Leon Conner and Mrs. Pierce
.Fish grits, hushpuppies etc. will Crews attended the Legislature
ed near the landing, then we went on
be At 2 all 'Trail Ride and Horse Racing" over
in about 3:30 p.m.At about p.m. the prepared. p.m.
boats Bassmasters will man their boats and the last weekend atTallahassee.They
bottom feU out. At 6 p.m. aU
Take ofEckerd's
returned to the landing for the weigh continue the tournament until 7p.m. enjoyed it very much advantage
In Hopefully by May 1981 we will have Mrs. Nellie Mullane of
After all Bassmasters weighed completed our new boat ramp at San- Charlestown, New Hampshire, Mr.
their catch Wayne Hall was the winner ta Fe Lake. We have high hopes that and Mrs. Milton Magnussen, of
Charles Evans placed second. this will soon be completed.The Holbrook. Mass., Mr. and Mrs. Billy prices
Charles also landed the largest bass ramps on Sampson and Crosby King and family of Jacksonville, also
a five pounder. Earl Muse placed, need repairing.Maybe something can Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Wilkison Jr., of '
third. be done for these also. Jacksonville, were cookout dinner.
There are only three tournaments Looking forward to seeing 100 percent guests at the home of their son-in-law Polaroid'scashback i
N.rw left in this 79-80 season. This has beena turn out Saturday May 10. and daughter Mr. and Mrs. W. Tony ,
rather fast year. Bass Wishes Hodges of Lawtey on Saturday. after :. .
Neil Crawford noon.


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I J.rll" V\, .. ; .-WON.LXGAL.5 .- .. ....... .

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PUBLIC NOTICI register: raid fictitious .. '; ,.. I lf' ..." ,1\"> 1 ; nom under the provident 865.09. Florida Statute*, TO; All Clll.en,.'Taxpayers -"*' .' HI" ,J i .1..W..d ,CIRCUIT I room City Hall Stork, Cloy County, Lino.,Length 'Z.oauginloside Section
The Bradford. County of aforeialdtotute. 1979. Intend to register and 1whepersone Irfforested *.t"./'j.1 i having any EIGHTH florida. on conlr -lmoor.cMk ile, Construct Statutes
School Board Stark. *. .with the clerk. of the circuit ,1'' ',"t"i.,whatever In'\ ,, CIRCUIT IN 27. 1980. to a bos* with notice I Is hereby given
Florida. will hold a Public Dorothy S. Bishop, and court CZZO. ',',men* : of this BRADFORD request for a VARIANCE asphalt surface cours*. { that the undersigned Joe
Heqrlng on Proposed Cheryl, F. Strickland., I Bradford. / ''You end each.Of. you''' 1,I 14 ORDINANCE FLORIDA., from tha minimum lot 1 4.. Road No. C-214 Sapp 902 Woadlawn. St.,
"Rule' 6230, .'DISTRICT Own.... Florida the fictitious. are hereby and herewith>* t pear and b* 'J depth requirement of the From SR 21 to Clay County Starke. ,.FI... 32091 doing
Dated this 17th to wit.DENMARK and R-1C Single-Family Lin*. Length 0.6 Mile. business under the firm
.PROCEDURES FOR EX. day of name : 'given notice. In aedon oJ i time .Cose No. ,
CEPTIONAL:, STUDENT April. A.D. 1980 In Brad' AND MAR- oncewith Florida ;, *d. Medium Density" Districton Level' and Resurface. name of THE SHUTTERBUG. .
--EDUCATION I98o-8i on ford County 4/17 4tpd CHESE Statutes that the Board BOARD OF THE MARRIAGE that parcel of land lying S. New River Church .' 440E W. Madison
"May '9. I960 at 7 p.rn.,. 51. under which the of County Commit 'COUNTY MARIE and being In me Cityof 'Road. From' Road No.:, Street. Sta...... Florida.
..In, the School Board ---,-'- undersigned Is engaged sloners of Bradford T 'IONERS. Pll- Starke. Florida, more C-23S :to Nw River 32O9I Intends to register
b-.Room of the Bradford In practice 6t 701 East County Florida have, By /./ and DAVID particularly' '" described. .as ''Church' length 1.1 I..: sold fictitious name
:' NOTICE Call Starke. ,, Clerk.: follows! 'Miles' Add llmerock to'' 'undor1.' the of
County': School'" Ad. OF Street designated the Bradford;, Brown.: DOOLIN. < provision
'I mlnlslratlva, Offices 582 INTENTIONTO Florida County Zoning and Planning ... / South SO feet of lot 4 existing, base and apply aforesaid statute.
North' Temple Avenue. REGISTER The parties Interested Board to conduct a_ IN THE of Block 33 Livingston. ,asphalt surface count..' Joe Sopp owner.
Stark. Florida. FICTITIOUS In said enterprise are: public hearing at a COURT. NOTICE Truby and Company's Scaled bids should be Dated this Bth day of
NAME John Edward Den JUDICIAL ACTION Sub-Division. of NE'A of ; .. submitted to Mr. GilbertS.I May A.D. 19BO In Bradford .
regular meeting held at
'0664i as of this proposed 'mark .O.O.S.P.A.. 7:30: p.m. \I" the County.Commlsilon AND FOR NEM Section 28, Brown. Clerk, of the, County.,. 3/8 4lpd
Rule -I 6220 may be obtained Pursuant to Section William Marches. meeting COUNTY : BLANCHARD, 'Township 6 South. Rang Circuit Court/ P.O., 5/29..
: from the 865.09.. Florida Statutes, D.M.D.. P.A. room Bradford County Addras, 22 ,East as per plat, Drawer B. Starke. ,
5/1 4tpd 9/22. recorded In Plat Book I. Florida. .32091 Either
Superintendent's Officeat notice Is hereby given Courthouse. Stork.' Civil Action *'
582 North Temple that the undersigned' THE Florida. on Tuesday, May 80183. Page 41. Public Record ,cashier's chock or a bid
Avenue. Stark. *. Florida. AMERICAN CIVIL NOTICE: OFINTEN710H 27. 1980 and make A IN liE: THE ARE HEREBY of Bradford County bond In the amount of 5
DEFENSE ASSOCIATION.INC. recommendation. to the OF HENRY that an action florida. EXCEPT Right of percent of the total bid
This !I. In compliant .. doing business' TO REGISTER Board of County Com- HART, of mar- Way of State Road No 16 shall accompany each
with Florida Statutes.Chapter under the firm name of FICTITIOUS 'mltsloners and the BOBBIE G. .bn flied ("-'..0'"nawn 'as bid submitted.Dl. .

73310. ainacted TACDA METTAG and NAME Board will consider. on and you are .Brownie; S0.) I ,., Shuford.. Chairman .
by the 1974 Journal of Civil Defense. Monday June 2, 1980 at, to serve a copy (Property belonging to ,_ Board of County,
Florida Legislator P O. Box 1057. Starke, Pursuant to Section the sam said plan at OF I..n defenses, Leon A. Williams, Jr.). Commissioners.
Fla. 32091. Intend to 865.09. Florida Statutes 10:00 A.M. an Ordinance It. on PAULA Each and every PERSON S/8 2tchg 8/15.
Thomas 1. Ca *y. Jr.. register said fictitious notice Is hereby given relating to: TO: BOBBIE DOOLIN. Peti having an Interest
Superintendent of name under the provisions > that the undersigned Address address I I. whatever In the NOTICE OF

School, of aforesaid Kathy Rogers P. O. Box The rezoning of the Church VARIANCE should appear INTENTIONTO
311 2fcbq 3/8.1. ...statute. 502. Starke, Fla. 32091. following described property YOU ARE 32091, on.. and be hoard at the REGISTER '
Dated at Crystal Lake doing business under the and amending the NOTIFIED that Jon 24, 1980 time and place, prescrib FICTITIOUS

Clay County, Florida on firm name of KATS Comprehensive Land for original with ad.GEORGE NAME
NOTICE OFINTENTION this 20th day of April PLACE. 108 E.Call Street. Use Plan to provide that flags has .. of this Court W. ROBERTS.
1980. Starke florida. 32091) Intends land currently zoned OR you ore ... service an Chairman Board of Ad- Pursuant to Section
TO REGISTER THE AMERICAN CIVIL to register sold fictitious and designated by the serve a or Immediate |lu'man' A I. Crosby 865.09. Florida Statutes
FICTITIOUS DEFENSE ..ASSOCIATION name under the plan' as Agricultural be written '. ; otherwise Jr., Secretary. notice Is hereby given

NAME INC. provisions' of aforesaid' ., rezoned to MS and to If on will be entered 5/8 ttchg that the undersigned
/S/By Frank Williams, statute. designated Industrial torney wnos* for the relief NOTICE TO Frances, S. demons.
Pursuant to Section President.' Kathy Rogers, ownr. the property of BRADFORD 'address .Is fn the com- CONTRACTORSSealed Lucille A. 00.... Co-'
8o9t09. Florida Statutes Betty H. Nice, Dated this 17th day of FARM ENERGY WOLBERT. JR. petition. bid will b* owner. Starke Fla.
notice is hereby given Treasurer Acting April. A.D. 1980 In Bradford PRODUCERS. describedas 1086 Stark my hand and received In the County 32091 doing business
that the undersigned Secretary. County. 4/17 4tpd follow: 32091 on or of this Court on Commission Room of the under the firm name of C
Dorothy S. Bishop. Rt. 1. .5/1 4tchg 5,2.NOTICE. 5/8. nine and one.half 12. 198O, Bradford County, CourtHouse & M ANSWERING SERVICE .
Bos 641. Sta..... Fla.. ((9'/k acres of parcel: 0170 original with S. Brown As In Starke, Floridaat 234 B N. Temple
32091 and Cheryl F. located two miles this Court the Court By: 9:30 a.m. on the 19th Av*., Stark. *. Fla. 32091.
'Strlc"'land. Rl. I. Box NOTICE OF APPLICA- Southwest of Hwy 100 on service on Moody. Depu of May 1980 'for road Intends to register said
..IUIO f'. Starke.. Fla. 32091. OF TION FOR REZONINGAND OF Ct. Rd. 235 In Section 26. attorney or construction to be per fictitious name under the
doing business under the INTENTIONTO AMENDMENT thereafter 5/29. formed the of aforesaidstotule.
Township 6 South. Range on following provisions
firm name of THE REGISTER ,20 Eat for fuel alcohol ,ludgmentwill roads: .
UNICORN EXERCISE FICTITIOUS An ORDINANCE amending processing plant. for the relief PUBLIC 1. Colley Rood From Dated this 8th day of '

STUDIO 128 East Call NAME the Comprehensiveland Elementand You ore further given' In the petition.WITNESS NOTICE SR 100 to SR 230 Length May A.D. 1980 1 In Bradford Oil
Street Starko. Fla. Use Plan NOTICE that a copy of my of Application 0.8 mile, Level and County. S/8 4tpd
32091 Intend to, Pursuant to Section Map by Bradford. said proposed ORDINANCE the seal 1 of ....: Rsurfac, 5/29.
II County., Florlda.lnacc.the localGovernment is available for May 6. 1980.Gilbert I II hereby given 2. Road No. C18. From
dance with NOTICE OF
your Inspection at the office S. of Adjust- Road C-18 to Crystal
: Comprehensive Act of the Director of Clerk of the : of Ito..... Lake. Length 2.2 miles.Level INTENTIONTO
aidlit9m.31v4nE.. (SlavierRoll. Planning Zoning and Planning. Marian will conduct a and Resurface. REGISTER
for In
of 1975 provided
as Clerk. 7,00 P.M. In FICTITIOUS
Bradford County Courthouse 3. Immokole Road.
._Estate Broker Chapter 163 .of the Starke, florida.CREAL S/8 4tchg / ,Commlesion' From Stat Rood 100 to NAME
150 W. Call St. Florida Statutes

I*. Sterfce.

1"S 96 t-5527 **;* Don't Forget Property Improvement' Detallsl! ***

Special IIFALTOI I* Is a rrgistrrrrl collective: : memberwhich .

2 Trailer Parks. ship markfeUHlutldlH may be used only by real estate pro-
.I trailer park. II I trailers. Approx. 6 acres. Fenced 'who are members. of the NATIONAL
.I trailer park. II troll.... 2 BR frame house. barn: op- FLORIIAIIDSSU1 ION OK HEAI.TOHS' and subscribe: lo
prox. 22 acres fenced pastureland. LARGE down pay Its strict (ode' of Ethics.,
ment. Owner will finance balance. REAITY '
We Handle Rentals ESr,'
'TE.I" 94-7700
.1 BR unfurnished house. : Temple Avenue .

o 1 unfurnished apartment. ,
.4 BR 2Vi Ba Ha..... ARIA
.3 BR LAKE HOUSE Furnished.. Feb. May. ..*. S1100 per s'.

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ., Country home on 3.47 r

I warehouse on US 301. Air conditioned office. Great 'lot. 8JOO down,". acres qff SR 121 At 3 IR, a ruJiueJPl'
location. ._ ... ..nitsv. BA with fireplace and double .
-* < vwsw** *_ ...- 'oW ""'
I Tackle and Ball business. Large Inventory. -1" garage. Large cleared' .i CIE
One city block in downtown Starke. |just waiting for the garden spot. .
right busine, Great opportunity for downtown mall r4.alphi Bryan Real OntuSHOWCASE : ecres. ". 13M per
I large warehouse appro" 6.OOO sq. ft. Need roof and -0 For Info call 473-32S4 ,.il :

repairs. Ho floor and standing walls, 61)I .. f 1100 per acre. CIC.LI- 964-7776
INVESTORS DREAM 310 W., Call St., StarkeCor. EI8.A
TEdwiuiGAR 205 N.1templo. StarkeL j jWE
Income Property Will Pay For .Itself INC.. RI..L .
( US 301 & Call S"'I.) 964 8788 R T. LOVORN ,
01 small apartment complex. Handyman's special) 4 rental P.O. Box 'U.S.R. .. f 1100 per acre.
units, possibly 5. Interest rates bothering you f 21 North yr. old planted'
let help with financing..Farmer's[
you your
small frame, house. Check. with us ,
::1 frame, house Needs Resident or 4 .. S'N"O" .Qmu Adm.. VA. FHA Conventional or BOND PROGRAM.irtnnnArlAAAAAAAAnnAt .
I large repairs. YOU MAY QUALIFY FOR A4% LOAN III! JJ 5e Z -
apartments ((4 BR 4 BA). ((904)) -... .. f 1488 per.. 0'11
*1 2 BR frame haute Apartment on aid*. Zoned com SPECIAL 4L *

mercial.. NEW HOMESWE be 10 act*,, S38.SOO. 10 pet. (f'j I. suburban; brick on extra /

-2 BR. I Ba LR. Kit., on each. side duplex brick landscaped GOOD BUILDERS. WE WILL ASSIST YOU WITH HOUSE 10 pet. 10 ROBERTSREAL [| .. ., 2 batfti living room Jd1ning

yard. PLANS AND FINANCING ARRANGEMENTS. Our service* payments, ESTATE I ", groat family room /. \ !
03 BR. I Bo GreenhouseZoned Commercial. cot you nothing...the builders payl Complete. ,Information Plesioq, call- :. 1188 I N. ban central heat and a'". carpet,
broker Temple
3 BR. 2 Ba. Upstairs, living this, COUNTY BOND PROGRAM. Odem. ;
2 Apartment Downstairs an new Numerous .....547.. M4-7827 ie, concrete aViVawoy. . ., .$$I
Quarters. Rent will help pay mortgage. lot for solo -a r-a- _ A A A A M- - --- -
HEADQUARTERS FOR LOTS a ACREAGE hametlie, : .. ,*,,.7739
Please call to list See Classifiedds
us property,
FOREST HOTS. Restricted % acre lots 2.SOO and up. beautiful
John .. CloverReg. :::For For The Innovator
ROLLING HILLSl (Ben/less Hwy). I acre and up. $3.500 '
Real' Islet Broker. 56 prlmo' acri.i milt on railroad 440'
up. 10 pet. down S yre. at 10 pet. Int. Crystal, Lek
lu Green Sanders Associate .20 ACRES Forsytti Rd.. with barn well pump.. septic and one year on Rd. 100 $3071. an acre owner will ,

==mod electricity. S33.000. terms.NORTH large .to.. finance. 20% down.

OF lAWTEYl 2% ...... S5.0OO.. Roomy m *

S ecre.. ".000 corner lot, ""
Only 20 pet. dawn end RERLTY 96450651.ALTOR 17 Prime acres on Rd. If overlooking .,

64.e./ /C.f ( years at 10 pet Interest'. ..lake lots. .J Lake Hampton 1000 ft. Irontog

.3 acres and up S3.OOO per acr*. 12 pct. dawn 9'/t pct.Into..t. clear lake.-

122.ooo.nd 814.000. '12 down. 9%
10 acre pines pet.
221 lof .
ayette St. Across tram Wishbone
Offices' 7.2.3931 Homes 7.2.3. pet. Interest.. FOR THE DISCRIMINATING.

US 301 N. 36 ecre*. I3401 on 301. $".Soo forms. .Beautiful' Hampton lake tot. . .'1.000

ISO acres. all or pert MAKE AN OFFER .. Country, Club. lot IBO '13'. . . ." 0.000


Levirt"t3111t. 1 loath I If *10 Ac. tll.OOO 10. On. ran you find a 3 BR house with 3 .beautiful. PREFERRED HOMES

reme' 011 very shady lot I| '10 Ac. 20.000 Beautiful COMMERCIAL of land for S24.SOO. CALL USI o New country hem 1.1. 1 memo. "'.500.
close' to .'.m. school. | Stand of Pines. LOOKING FOR 301' FRONTAGE WE HAVE OVIR Mill 0711 Laura St. Completely Remodeled 37100.
CEMENT bedroom .house I of land.
on acre MAKE OF
Very, nice. 20 ,Ac. Fenced lie. In r 0 431 Center St. 3 BR I S33.SOO.
Posture $40.000.EXCELLENT With this 4 o Has It .11'I Edwards .d,3 BR 3 B CHAA t Acr*.
"'S Acres with Small lake.Fenced HOMES of lend 1301 Searing St.. 3 BR 38 CHRA. S33.000.
with 3 BR CB .house
NEAR COUNTRY ClUBi Brick ...n.._. 4 BR 2 .both FR. tral heat S acres REDUCED to
Hurry etilySIJ.WO. OPPORTUNETV .- ..... o Excellent .hem*. 1308 P"". 3 BR, 2 .. CHIA.o .
with fireplace. CH/A. double' large lot. 57700. garoq
to own an extra nice garage Lake St. Ocala Block-trMS.S27.SOO. Own. FI...
EXCELLENT CONDITION Greet location. 3 BR,. 2 bath Iocr. with '
NEID FOUR BEDROOMS piece of Income producing pool.' of a kind. 3 ... 28. Co... Blk... house nestled; o Estate on lake Geneva.BUSINESS .
ft. block' with FR. CH/A. en nice 'lot S4O.OOO., .
retiringend property sq. several
Call todayl Owner largo poem treeswith, many ex-. OPPORTUNITIES
moving S17.0OO, home with too s*. ft. rental BRAND NEWt4 BR, 2 both. masonry CH/A.. with 3% or 7V. ...... .
fireplace. S44.SOO. BRUSH le Great property cross from Holiday Inn Owner fin.
Ml with. on 2." e.. fn Starke.Set.800 .
One Acre on REDUCED te TWO STORYiRridk/wood.. 4 BR.. 1.% .bath 'walking Needed far should pool Two frame, home Store a apt"& 301 S27.500. Owner financed..
.... well. you story en
.septic V.ry- home with s>7000 ft. CB .... financed.
"'.too. distance to town. "' 1.50.' lot with 2 baths end wevoral.. room s* bldg. en 16 E Owner ,
ty. ".000. .CHRISTIAN1 ST.t 2 Sit .. ....IOO.17S 'let $11.OOO. I feet of living OOO.OOe a- Horn (commercial) t cortege S23.SOO Owner"_need.

301 Norm. Troll Motel I Lawtey iNA11223Strout's CROSBY LAKE:2 BR Iremi. ti ft. en w.tor. 839.MO. ty 'lot fenced *>3 buildings on Cell Apt. upstairs Owner -.. .;'

Ann W.: lleske.. Associate Eves/Wkends STRAWBERRY ACRES Country Islet, large 2-Story Cope COMMERCIAL *>404 N. Cherry 2 largo furnished Apts. Owner fin.ISOO. .
Cod on 14 .beautiful fenced .u. LEADING IY .have several feed. commercial' locations with, 10 ma Income 4 rentals Cell 6. lay ....ooo.!

LAWTEVi Rd..221.2.. frm*. 2 acres, 118,111.RD 3 ".dro.", ""- ....1Id....".. '0 Large Apt. complex 301; goad cash. flew. Owner. fin.

22SAi New 2 11A. with great room end fireplace fireplace, ACREAGI
CH/A en 4 *..*.. Tractor and disk .harrow Included. air, 'large WATERFRONT
"' 1._. grace this ... Is a good Hmo to buy that lake rot thee you .3.6 acres Hampton S5.500 Owner financed,
*1.. acres neer Presbyterian. Ch. a .
HAMPTON 1 BR frame center.let. -clesa ... SI9.200. beauty .been wonting. Restricted hammltes.' Broker
GOOD TERMS. .6.16 acres CrWI. Loop timber 110._, Owner fin.
carrier ,
UNDER CONSTRUCTION. Bessent .". Mesonrj" 3 BR, }
KeaSlyINCOftPOKATCD *13 acres JOI a Morgan Rd. 839.000 Owner fin.,
... LR.. Sep. DR. Paw Iflreploe.. largo let. Ready to move .
Conventional. 4 new ACREAG' :20 acres 301 N. Rallreed prim Owner "...
lnb' MeyWVAVHA. SS4.SOO. <......ucll. hove tract, from an* Penn up. >e.XM.acres** ....*2 some a l.*...* off rdi 196 barn fenced 124,900.

MANY"; MANY OTHERS i veneer, I T.\with eicalletrl I. .terms.,, .;'. ,f : '._ 't'1', ,v* 14.SMnM4- 1 ts brlok. '. hem. *.with left of.119 irra' *; Rd
.* 'IMI'' .. ,12.... : :
.II have .
ill Insulated ", JNOMESITIS .." ;: n **<3 luTniHk* hem 3 8R i Be CA44CS4.5itit.
HAVE OUT OP TOWN BUYERS FOR FOLLOWING PROPERTIES ...* several! good ji"Oaiies.. Three m1own( ', '. 16 ecres Brewnlo' ...11 BR 3 8*CHBA S44.S04.. .
Friday t'; t ....% 9 12 4 vinyl' '0"
Monday- Saturday
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Mres Heat Be Rd. IIS
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". \I .Evenings and svj46vp. a ...' I' >' '.> ffi"< 1''h."J'} ;. '
2-3-4 BR Homes .. (Town or CeuntryJ.1, ', '. 1, celling ,' ,.. ,' ''', ..RENTALS. '... '.' ..' \/7. ;,,:.. .,407:$ t0kiNV9STMENT-_ .
EVENINOSl ..1P f:. Buy now and f_ ....... ...,""""", ,,) .ro' ;II'I{;.t. ,. ,0. ,it Trailer;; .M4. Smwnle. 'd., ....000 par let 20% .....
2-3-S-IO-40 at mere, Acre)Pereels' ;; -vem* with mobll..,,1.1 Rale, P. BrynRealtor' ',. colors low" |.*.. epsirtinents.. '," v "fti: ",,," (itj. I "r*. _",,tank" *.le*...pump ........ "" .........15._..
hook-ups' old ferns .home, ,'. ', 944-MOt. k'K'Wayno : :: :. $40'.. Bulll '" : "' ; Mat 4 i Better Court>o'" tdayl .399. I Aflet

,r '> .. | r Memo Tip*pTi,IS-.l keAeal"1-40. \. CesMtry Ouk atW.1M- ".100 Rd. 23v.i .. .
Like Front Acraeg*, Of"Hem, on .lake. Irentog: ,I *:Douglas. Lillian. C. Pearson .J;;....... 1. Ward eldest bulld. '". :,i 'c, ;; s, i.Cmnn let.e..t t*Teiwlltegeir'! Oil#*. liVnlMf.; Owner tin.H .

". BrekarSalemmBiwSatsnMn' >*BrokerSalesman944.S9J .. :/.. ..iiptM. Oaks. tof I* S7804 pretty tree*. Ownw*.

Motel or rentol ,........**. 1'-' ,t ,!:,. fOffl>*Mntr 944-74S4 ACREAGEWa -* ,;.,\ ." .1, ;.i,>4.1,1.) .... y.oj\....'. I .Can 'U."commewM" terns' t N' '''.100, Owner llnj
( r. -e... ". ".. ,.....131.. .bava .. ,...N. """ _.ULlOtI. '"".I"*nt -trees-Best. neighborhood SiOOO Owner tin,

phrase.." us t* list your praowtl**today; *n"NO SALE.,-- ....,Of""..VkklPew.llAssociate .... Sylvia Reddish. ford County .Irene L. Fevlhner.RI ALTO-AltqCI ATE : ..3 (",/n... Club lets I Acre each teOM each Owner...
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NO PAr "els.STROuir. ,, '" "' Moody. .Version ReddishAttoclefet I'.000 per tswrtngs,94-8142>' ,CeH Sf.- Associate944MI3 -
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Union Hospital Bought :fly-I 't j"By'

St. FirmMaya' L ; Vi

Inter-Medic Health Centers- Inc. of Inter-Medic operates St.: Augustine

St. Augustine last month purchasedthe General Hospital US-bed facility. J..
stock of Health America Inc. They have outpatient center In SL
operators of Union General H08pltalIn Augustine and Jacksonville. Within
Lak. Butler since! the fall of 1877. three to six months)I-M hopes to have
A purchase price was not revealed.The outpatient centers) In Tampa and
sale was culminated In an at- Orlando, according to Cueny.
torney's office in Jacksonville after part of its plan to upgrade thefake
some legal questions were resolvedby Butler facility Inter-Medic now
HA officials. has five physicians available to place I
Two lawsuits filed by Dr. John D. patients In the hospitalDr. : rnr ..we b
Campbell, Lake Butler and Starke Sanchex. a surgeon, handles 11
physician, were resolved out of court. general medical ea... '
Two months ago Campbell filed a suit -Dr.Halowatsch Is a general.practi-.
seeking$38,343 from Health America tioner.
Inc., owner of the 27-bed facility.That -Dr. Arlene Sattln,, a member of the
suit claimed the money was owed medical staff In Union Correctional
Campbell under a contract which was Institution, who earlier this year was
signed in March of last year. granted courtesy staff privileges.Dr. .
The second suit sought damages In Campbell, reinstated to the L $ ki
excess of$2,500 from Health America staff Immediately after the sale of 1
administrator Harry Baker Dr. stock: of Health America was tran- !t !
Segundo Sanchez and Dr. Vladmiro sacted.
Holowatsch.Both -Dr. Manuel M. Maralit,a Keystone
these suits have had briefs filed Heights physician who was granted -
with the Union County clerk of the temporary privileges to place patients ;' t. i '
dismissal In the hospital. He is also doing k'-taa'Grr; 1i' ,tsar,fttr.+ t
of circuit the suits courts by office his attorneys.seeking some surgery at the Lake Butler -" i t... JfIt.t.-m D..L .... .. ....*... '-gy ****- *" ; ... ,J

Since taking over April It, Inter- facility. Maralit also will be allowed BIIS Class of 1930' Meets for Golden AnniversaryThe
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Medic steadily increased the daily to still place patients Bradford Hulls, Pearl Manning Colson Pearl Johnson Andrews Gertie Johnson Rhodes'M.
census from 30-percent occupancy on County Hospital Starke. 13 of the 26 members of the 1930 graduating class of Bradford High School Edna Stansbury Sampson. "h'( ..'Hi I
the day they took over, to 95 percent Cueny outlined that the St. meeting Saturday night were l-ri): Standing: Maid Underfill! Paulk Iris Brown Hitch. Guy Andrews llalllrj
occupancy this week. Augustine faculties with specialties Seated: Hilda Sullivan Griffith, Jeanette Johns Sabers Estelle Klndrlcks Jones Thelma Silcox Lewis, and Lester SponholU. ,.:'''ae:?

Inter-Medic operated the Lake of aU kinds will be available to the It"

Butler facility for the board of patients on a referral basis. 193O Bradford Class Reunion Held 26
trustees from July 7, 1975 to January Allen announced last week that a High April aFifty I
1976 on a management contract. Atthe new electrolight testing: machine is i:
time they ran the hospital, it had available for the physicians to use to years of the past came to life, artist Joey Riggs, who did the picture.At seemed-:I as if the Class Prophet hadnot Augustine; Gertie Johnson Rhodes,
not reopened for patients after closingIn have more tests available to the pa- Saturday night April 26, as thirteen 7 o'clock the school bell rang and done so well as no one had seen fit Tampa; Iris Brown Ritch, Alachua;
May of 1974. tients placed the hospital.He members of the Class of 1930 and their the students took their seats. Over the to carry out the class prophecy.Out Eatelle Kendricks Hults "
Health America ran the hospital also announced that the spouses gathered in the Pecan Roomat head table was a large 50' in gold. Sitting Goldsborough N.C. ; Lestert?
from November 1976 until purchasing emergency room at the Lake Butler the Garden Restaurant for their at the head table were the local of the thirteen members atten- Sponholtz, Jacksonville.Local .
In 50th Class Reunion the first the graduates who had hosted this event: ding, seven had spent some time in
Union with
the hospital from County facility was open a physician graduates attending were:
the field of Education, with two having
October, 1977. The facility reopened staying In the hospital from 7 p.rem 7 class of seven young men and nine- Hazel Paulk, chairman and Mistressof full retirement In this field, EdnaS. Hilda Sullivan Griffith, Pearle Manning I
for patients In June of 1976. Prior to a.m Monday Thursday and 7 teen young ladies had ever had.A Ceremonies and her assistants Colson, Pearle Johnson Andrews,
that it operated an outpatient facility. p.m. on Friday night to 7 a.m. Mon- large table was placed near the Pearle Manning Colson, Pearle Sampson and Lester Sponholtz. Edna Stansbury Sampson Thelma Il
Mona Canova
Health America did not make a second day morning. Allen stated the doctors wall on which plaques pictures Johnson Andrews Thelma Silcox Special guest was Silcox Lewis,Guy Andrews and Hazel
mortgage payment during all of lounge was reopened when Inter- awards clippings a copy of the first Lewis and Guy Andrewa. who led group singing at the end of the Underhill Paulk.

1979 to Union County. During the first Medic took over operation of the year book ever published by Bradford After an enjoyable dinner, the class dinner. The members of the 1930 class who
three months of this year. HA made facility. High School called The Bradcohian prophecy was read and each member Those attending from out of town are deceasedare: Leila Dea monthly payments of $4,000 on the Jerry Wilson, director of the Union etc. were displayed by the graduatesof present was asked to tell how near were: Jeanette Johns Sebern Andrews Dukes, Leah Struth
final day of each month. County rescue service said that his the events of their past 50 years. their predictions had come true. It Bradenton; Hallle Jones. St. Balknight and Charles Kicklightj
This week representatives of Inter- personnel would be assisting in the Above this table was a large hand- -
Medic made arrangements with the emergency room from 6 p.m. to midnight painted sign dipicting the class colors Bradford Middle School]Mews t ..-c.-cl IS _.' .
Union County Commission to start Monday-Friday and on Satur- flower, members, also class motto ; ;
which was carried out in the draw- Dates to remember: Club, Mrs. Bennett, Mrs. Black Ms. The show was to benefits:
Union County $4,634.89 mon- days from until 2
paying noon a.m. Sunday
9 BMS Chorus Concert 8
May -
thly as mortgage payments with the morning. ing "Climb Tho The Rocks BeRugged" BHS auditorium. p.m. Tompkins (club sponsors), Mr. American Cancer Society and .-<--1,:
a pyramid of rocks Hersey and Mr. Mott (sound system). monies collected ':
June were present; !
first payment to commence on Plans for a local advisory board May 20Last PTO meeting electionof
centered the picture with a rose bush The SHOW OF STARS was a huge Miss Lillian Stump, local directo"
were revealed by Cueny to include 198041 officers will be held and the '
20.Douglas G. Cueny executive vice- Union growing at the base and on up the success with all proceeds going to the There was a 12:45: show for BMS
in the
prominent people will be entertained the
many meeting by
president for Inter-Medic announcedthat County area. :Veteran Raiford Mayor rock while up and down students BMS: Beginning Band. .. American Cancer Society. students and a 7:30: show, open to the\
Frank A. Allen would be ad- J.D. Griffls has been appointed chairman were climbing at the summit grew 21 Six weeks' tests On April 25 Mr. Harold Davis vice- public. Both shows revealed much 3 t
May begin
ministrator. He graduated from the of the board of citizens. one lone rose. Standing on the top (P.E. and Language Arts). president and branch manager of talent and many young people willing {
rock was a miniature graduate complete Guaranty Federal of Starke, lectured to give of themselves in order to
University of North Florida In Another phase that Cueny and his help B i
May 22 Related Arts and Math six
with & and holding in Mrs. and Mrs. others.
Jacksonville last December and has staff hope to explore with the local cap gown weeks tests. Ripplinger Walkup's5th :
his hand a diploma he looked as If and 6th period math classes. Mr.
been employed as an assistant with
citizens a continuing education program May 23 Social Studies and Sciencesix
Inter-Medic since that time in St. for personnel. he was resting after that long climb.A weeks tests. Davis' lecture was about savings and Forty Bradford Middle School and j I
Augustine. special thanks goes to our own local loans Interest and general savings Starke Elementary students will be
We would like to remind to
parents procedure. His program was very in- going to camp for three days. The I
begin sending legal size addressedto stamped formative and enjoyed by all. Thank Bradford Middle School students ares
sell-addressed envelopes ( Mr. Davis) from
you Mrs. Clayton's, Ms. Moschella'sand
"' student in care of parent) school Ms.
Benefit Talent Show Cunningham's classes. The
NOTICE'nn" with their children. They should bet i
Held at BMS Elementary children are from
turned in to student' homeroomj
Tuesday, April 29, began like any Mrs. Long's and Mrs. Randolph's
'il wi- BtlA i'1in irtnMk'rfirn'J._? _' iiw ':.' ''9 IL'( teacher. Report cards will be mailed at Bradford Middle School, claims: .
Bother day
,101.... lit'II out the last six weeks and students not'I ;
NOTICE AND APPLICATION FOR ,,,?? : I bringing envelopes wilt not receive but the afternoon saw the stars begin On May 8, 9. and 10 they will be enJoying -.
their report cards. They will be held to shine. the outdoors at Cherry Lake, a 3
The BMS Jr. Beta Club sponsoredthe t
ALTERNATIVE 198O n here at school for parents to pick up. first annual Talent Show and 4-H campsite near Madison. Sixteen
PAYMENT OF We would like to have any parents students and faculty in a adult chaperones from the school the i
Interested in volunteering their timeto presented danc- community and from the Universityof
of entertaining
work at BMS contact either Mr. variety Florida will
REAL ESTATE TAXES BY INSTALLMENT and instrumental acts. accompany
McKinney or Mrs. Douglas in the ing youngsters. Six 4-H club members
Michelle Stilwell 8th grade presi-
school office. There will be a training acted will also go along to assist with the I
dent of the Jr. Beta Club, as
program for our school volunteers in planned activities.
the area they wish to participate.Many Mistress ol Ceremonies and introduced This will be a great educational experience -
Section 197.013 F.S. allows an alternative plan for payment of real, estate taxas. A taxpayer thanks to the Junior Beta each act. for everyone involved.
who elects to pay taxes by the installment method shall make payments baud" upon an titi- g
mated tax which shall be equal' to the actual taxes levied upon the property In the preceding !,;

Noy Extension

First 'Installment Payment: One quarter of the total estimated taxes discounted 6%. Payment .
shall be mada not later than June 30, 1980. A taxpayer You Need It Will Give You .
N must make the first Installment payment In order to participate N.

O Second Installment Payment One In this quarter plan. of the total estimated taxes discounted 4'/%. Payment Lot Of Hang Ups.

shall be made not tats than September 30, 1980. ;..

T Third Installment Payments One quarter of the total estimated taxes plus ona-half of any. How many times has this happened to you? ;r,

adjustment pursuant to a determination of actual tax liability OC You're busy in one part of your home and

I clmber discounted 31, I960.3%. Payment shall ba made not 'later than Da- I the phone rings in another. r r; .j r

You run like mad to get there and just as -

c Fourth Installment Payments One quarter of the total estimated taxes plus ona-half of any you answer itt whoever called has given up. i.t.;!
adjustment pursuant to a determination of actual tax liability.No .
discount. Payment shall be made not later than March 31, Frustrating isn't it? .p;:,

E 1981. E Well, with an extension phone from f'

Continental'Telephone, you're not likely to -j.J

If you have not received an application to pay 1980 taxes by installment and it is miss a call. 3

your intent to exercise your rights under this law then please complete the application We have extensions to suit almost ';iy Z ZZ
below, and mail file
or your county tax collector prior to June 1 1980.
The absolute deadline for filing the application is May 31. Any application filed v every room in your home.They come in a :Il-'

after May 31 will not be considered. Th. postmark on applications mailed to the I variety of styles and colors. And they only 4.;],;
tax collector shall determine if the application was mailed timely. Additional application few '" .1
a cents more a day. 2 i= { a ,
forms may be obtained from the tax collector's office as listed below, :
I The ease and convenience are worth .,

Mail completed application to: J. R. KELLY Tax Collector J a call to our business office Y

P O., DRAWER 969 At Continental Telephone,we have = n/

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NuMr Meets PrintNOTICE .

A taxpayer must make the first Installment payment not later than June 30 In order to participate In this Dim
Any JiI"yiriW52! !? fails to make subsequent l Installment payment on time shall not ba required to discontinue
ClrtlCIPltlon 'installment' payment pl.". 'Instead such taxpayer shall be required to remit with his next
payment an amount equal to the currant Installment amount plus any Installment' amount due but
unpiid. The applicable discount rats for the current inetallmenr shall' '' >. applied against< the sum of the current
end past duo Installment ..."", .nt I"ountl.
Nothing' shall "nc'ud.l a taxpayer who has applied for the Installment method of payment or who has madeyJSt
one or more ", payments from discontinuing his plrtlclp.tlo" 'I." such pl.". In such event the remainder
of the ". .... shell b. due end payable as provided b" law.D"A ..
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Starke Elementary School News to!... .In.1 Community New;g -III' II 'e'''___.-c.c1I."a"rr.

special thanks to all of the classes for
Tomorrow, May 9, your child willreceive class have really enjoyed the new in- letting them have a happy and enjoyable by Elisabeth G. Walker Logans and Mrs Williams at :3 p.m. Fii ,CGod Sunda y
his scores from the CTBS structional television which encourages day. Phone IM-I4I83 entitled"WonieH I In White. ti m. Morning Woship 11

(Comprehensive Test of Basic Skills). listening and study Ikill4The Winners of the April Reading Con- ,' I Greater Allen Cha ". \'oure
"".- T child should bring hi* report' Exceptional Education classes last In Mrs. Jetstone's second grade T eihcerned CUIseni or Bradlotid' Sunday services wld MEChpsr O j( ;.moEventngIIiIP'lP.' fI f

eat you do not receive one please under the supervision of Mrs. Ran ,class were Yong Sue Hankerson and ,' County The monthly meeting will be.1; day Schoo1.t 10 a.fiif : -_ t Sunday
I act grade child's teacher. dolph and Mrs Long, visited the, David Stephens. Mrs. Tetstone was held May 22 In the HIE Cafeteria at*, chel the School a.m. Communion Service 11
e. *'lth students In Mra. Redman Bradford Vocational Technical. very proud of these students for also 7:90.: All Interested citizens' and! = .lays i.J1hf rJt tf tlBr' 1301rMt.
Arts classes have anfctyttf School on Friday.May J. reading many books during April: members are asked to be present, > .
:writ and discussing: idioms. The children were (greeted at The Tara DeSue, Scott Banquet The NAACP Banquet Will.t I delivered by Rev. Satchel, presidentof Mirlah. United Methodist

I Tiey that Idioms are eapresitoocin beginning of the tour by the joyful, Allen, Freddy Cain, AlI ha Manning, be held May 24 at 7:30 in the Cafeteria, the.West;Jacksonville Platricti- ChurchSundayi; ;,School 9)30. ,The
which the literal meaning of smile;'of Diane Westcott and her Derrick Long Monique Banks, Jenny at RJE. The public is invited to'attend members are, asked.itoattend- the individual words suggests another students In the Horticulture Depart- Williams, Eric Walton, Rachael : The speaker will be Judge' Boards ,are",asked,,tot.hav.enwrittenreports. medlaiel/after, Sunday School. <

"sitng.. An example would be ment. Mrs Westcott had several Tyson, Vickie McFarlane. Robert Stephen Mickle of Gainesville. .,,.. ?, I ",.11.'j' ,. ;rjjA|( 1..r.J4."nGrewe ,United Methodist
I< .Sing\ 'ttndar'the skin", meaning to plants on a table for tike,children to Hankerson and Truin Blye. Notice" DeU Chapter' 168 OES Friends and, Fagtiily,Day ,"""I..,'hu ct."k"I': susdaySchool 10 ..10. The

someone Students were asked view. She told them the name of each The Kindergarten classes visited monthly meeting will be held May 8 ID" observed,,",Sunday. "' ,11 lenl"Cbapei Mothec s'EUty program at 3 p.m.tChurcb .-
to conversation outside of plant and why It was called by that the Florida Bank 'on Wednesday the Masonic Hall on Brownlee Street AME Church. ,iS.undaynMay .19,,Rev; |P olU>> >4 In Christii Tuesday
/ : and then make a list of some name. Then she permitted the April 30. Mrs.Shirley Bagwell showed;: All members are asked to attend ', Calvittj.pastoe of,?Mti Plsgan!! will >7,,i,pro yey ,Meetiao.l Immediately
E" students to feel the different texturesof the children the bank vault. Mrs. CHURCH ACTIVITIES / preach.. Afl members,sre.i asked)

.tulatl0 ll go to Christi Col- the plants. A trip through the entire Hewitt took the children upstairs and Ebeiener Baptist Church: Mt. Slant cooperate with this .activity 3 p.raJ Bible'and, Adult Choir.rehearses.
who listed one hundred Idioms. greenhouse and garden culminated: showed them around. All the students Women Convention will begin Thurs", Choirs will be on Parade "ml i*q' Friday t 7-*,j Prayer': and Pastoral
; week's >Superstars In Ms. the horticulture: part of the tour. were given a Florida Bank coloring day night. May 15, with a local Antioch MIsslonafjsmBaptlst. : Teeclling:11:30;!! : a.m. Friend, and
t fourth grade were Angela In the Cooking School each child book to take home and enjoy. Song service will be by the Church Prayer Meeting.each Thursi Family-Day.}- ),Dinner will be served
l., all,.jEather!: Martin, Chris Douglas decorated his or her own cupcake Union Choir. The speaker will be Rev. day night at 7 p.m. Sunday.Sohooli, : immediately after morning services.
nn y Dayan and Kim Crawford This under the supervision of Mrs. Rick Coleman.The a.m. Morning 'Worship 11 B.m.i What 8 I pm.YPWW,!; ?Evening.Service l ..atDI
tteokvs Superstars! are Kenny Taylor and the cooking school students. PINE LEVEL YOUTH speaker for Friday night will be' Choir, will sing at i Stark I Nursing 7,; : d wash ,Williams in charge,,
gAfcaaJean West, Dale Cassels, In the Sewing Department each SPONSOR CAR SMASH Mrs. Sarah Rice, second vice president Home ad;$,.p./nEveling.Worshipaae; i:f"ee 4 True Church of God In

renristlna. Anders and Vicky, child sewed the outline of a hand The young people of the Pine Level of Fla. Mrs. Rice Is from p.m. ,' .. ...IntlL4ttt\ lJpgyt.''''ayer Meeting each Mondayat
EGoodowns., print, and was given a lovely pillow.A, Baptist Church will sponsor a Car Jacksonville. Saturday at 3 the First ,Born.Cbsuch. oli ,The Living, 7:30. Prayer, Band each Tuesday
Mrs.!,<< Criffto and Mrs. Jenkins special thanks to Mrs. Thomas p.m. 7:30 Choir rehearses 7:30
second Ruby Smash Saturday. May 17. In front of Young People will present a Cod: Friday 630 p.m.'BibleStudy : Wednesday
grade Title I class is welcoming and her students for' the time spent TO *., Y. churches in the District are program.All askedto 7:30Tarry: ingSrervice.Sunday; Schooi, Tarrying ServiceSunday, School 10

a flew student, Chris Watkins. We with the children. The car, which was donated by one have youth present. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning \Worship( It a.m.- ..m. Morning. Worship. 11 a.m. Youarq
want to again thank the parents who The Cosmetology Department of the members of the Youth Department 9:30.: Morning Worship 11 a.m. Rev: Evening Worship P.m. rwrSouthsideElementary> Invited.'
'assisted on our field trip to Silver Spr-: :hosted the children by allowing them will have certain designatedareas Otis Borker will be the speaker,
to ride In the which
.1111911.These chairs they of special Interest for the of Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church I
] S ItboINews
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l third graders made 100 pr- 'I thoroughly enjoyed. They sat under release of your frustration and anger. In Williston. Speaker at 3 p.m. will be) t :
ent..ln Mrs. Crawford's Langauge I the dryers and watched the Such Russia the Rev. A. Jenkins of Starke. ., If,1' ''
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areas as
.. I ,.., w/io"\VIU'/ \ [ seYveugtit"the'end'of May
and hair.A
,Art class on their Spelling test last cosmetologists shampoo set .
lotollah I.R.S. Channel 4 and GasPrices
Deliverance Miracle Revival
...week; Shawna Blom, Renee Thomas, special treat was given by Mr. May -1,43"'W4, l'I:, Early'Kindergarten areEriq; ,Verunac and Stacey Lloyd
will be of.peelallater. &. 'Center Church services will begin '
Terricena Kitties,Laura Stills, Karen I Ouch, who was in charge of the Auto- registration, fob!. the, from 'Mra., Carol Clark's fourth
The will also be sell- "
with School at Morn-
young people Sunday 10 a.m. '
J Mechanics School. The children 1980-81 school During' the grade;,. yVallenaandDaniel Bron-
Morgan, Barbara Smith Angela saw year. ; )
Ing son drinks aid snow cones to cool Ing 11:30.
Robinson, Kevin Crawford, Angela off all
Davis, Audra Brantley and Cindy I the horns blow while the drivers participants. 7:30.New: children may' be' registered at. fourth Val de; Donald Beeman and
from Car Sma.bwill
the Bethel Church Week-
proceeds Baptist :
Samons. The children in Mrs. Crawford's The children would ,like to give a go for a Youth Camp ministry In ly services begin with Prayer 4:00: p.m. Saturday, May 10, Mrs Earnestine Thompkins Mrs Thelma
Mexico. Meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m. Friday Eugenia Whitehead from; Southside' Knight's fourth, grade; Bianca Simpson
May 9, the pastor and congregation School and Mrs. Mary Ann Kyle from and Delray Covlngton from Mrs.
will: fellowship with Antioch Baptist Starke Elementary'will be at Brad-? Elaine Wood Ms. Shirley Johnson's ,

Church in Jacksonville. Rev. J.J. ford Square from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to fifth, grade;' Robbie McRae and
Jones, pastor. Services will begin at register students whose parents are, Michael Davey from Mrs. Donna
Apr: 7:30.: All members are asked to not able to visit the school during the Hartley's fifth grade; Elaine Manning -

'Itnn ..er's IJ'N'J. Journey with us. Please help make week. To enter kindergarten a child .and Dawn Mosley from Mrs. Don-
1y1 this a successful affair. must be five years old by December I,' na Gruen's fourth-fifth ; Shawn
Saturday, May 10, No. 1 Choir will 1980 (please note this Is new condl-, ; Chris Tarsier from'
n, .. 11 Ol '" ., rehearse at t p.m. Saturday May 10, tion starting this year).''At the time of lairs.andra ,Duncan's fifth grade. .
: there will be a business meeting at 8
registration the parents must have: In Mrs. Elaine Wood Ms. Shirley
,a'N irt p.m. at New Bethel. Sunday School proof of birth (either birth regiatra-. Johnson's' fifth grade the students are

a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Lion,birth certificate,hospital record, learning the state capitals of our
f Everyone is invited to a program or baptismal record), uP to-date im:, country and also\ doing unit on map
Specials presented by Mrs. Simmons, Mrs. munization record including polio, skills. '

MtM DPT measles, mumps, and rebella In Mrs. Bobble Fae Chaffs third
>3rtJ < there three A
vaccinations. Physical examination grade were straight
< Rev. Nicholas G.. DanielsTo forms may be obtained from the students: Allsha Gruen, Yvonne
school office or the health departmentand Bobo, and Julie Ferguson. This class
Mom A void Speak At will be needed in the fall before Is doing a unit on food and nutrition-
Help the Heat with 1st Un. MethodistThe the child starts school. Parents are Mrs. Carolyn Taylor Mrs. Maria

Rev. Nicholas G. Daniels, of urged to register their children now '1 Kopelousos' first grade Is doing unit

Lake Butler, will be the guest so that their names will already be on' in Science on plants. their parts, how
the NOW way COOL COOK preacher: this Sunday In the absenceof the class rolls in the fall and they will they look, how they differ, and what

the Rev. George L. Harper. Drew also avoid the long waiting .lines on, makes them grow. The children have
Reddish, Lay Leader, will be the first day of school. brought seeds to look at and compare,
1'ttl May 0 CTBS Test Results will be they have also planted lima beans.

11 presiding.Rev.. Daniels was born In Lansing, sent home' with 'the students at' Friday,May 2, they had a food tasting
Southside. session those seeds that are
Mich. He graduated from Lansing
:1.Wlt May 12- All second grades will go eaten.,
Eastern High School with honors,
studied at Moody Bible Institute In to the Florida State '.Museum, Lunch Menu,May 12-16
Ill. and Northern Gainesville. inserters Sloppy tot on bin french MM: buttered
Chicago, Baptist
Field for first and ....... milk.
May 16- Day second pplMauc
1- ,' Seminary, also In Chicago. He served
: grades under the direction of Tuesday i Pork and rlc*.green DMM,blueberry
yet I five churches in Illinois over a period, chase biscuit, milk.
of 37 serving 17 on twopastorates Mr. Jim Lewis. From 8:45 a.m. until Wednesdays Spaghetti ./.....1 ..... chum
:t years In his last years church In about noon there will be relays and .Hi. tossed..lad. site w/fniit, roll.. mill.
1. other for this Thundiyi Dry bum w/rlca. l/> spiced baaundwteh.
races appropriate
I Carterville, 111. age .. .
candied y tn _" milk
HB, married Mamie Howard, who level student., < ,, Frtdiyi. Pork patties,chews trite.. ,turnip_
., May ZO-- Mrs. Beulah Cennon's .....cornbread milk. I
,,, born and reared near Lake pea. .
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kindergarten and Mrs. Charlene En- .
,', wag er and was the daughter of the ,
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'4+ aia' ,.. :'Ms. Sos-anr" ,.Bennett's = -I''f''I'
S. have
John Howard. They one '
Rirt tergarten'wiirga.to the Pizza Hut' 'Pleasant
'OG.n daughter Mrs. Anne Rebecca Ellen- r : < Hope
in Gainesville for a tour and explanation
'UII New
wood of Peoria III. who Is a CongregationalMethodist
of their '>work "related to'
s registered nurse. They Bie leS9ed
(:" ,:. with three grandchildren Kirrffierly careers, then to Santa Fe Community ChurchTo
...,.;1 MloraMvnuB Cookbook ; 19. College Zoo. They will take a sack Hold Revival
18, Laura Anne 11, and Nicholas
YIh Inoludocl. F*>fJtur withMrahOM. .s) Rev. and Mrs. Daniels moved toN lunch and have" a picnic, !' after. "the zoo-, "Vleasartt;; Hope New Congregational
gill! roclpoo haled and visit.
Florida three and are makIng
II' 'N, approved in conjunction years ago May 21 Mrs. Laurie Mullina' and Methodist Church will hold a three
with BailorHomoo their home near Lake Butler. He
@n I 4 Gardens Ms. Cyndee Lawrence's kindergartenwill day revival beginning Wednesday,
I Tool. K Itch.... Is still active evangelistic work and take the same tour. May 7,.and continuing through May 9.

x:, goes are to Illinois extended.as He preaching Is now serving invitations May 23 All firstgr adeill! go to.. :' Saturday,, May 10, services will
the Jacksonville Zoo. The. third, begin at 11 a.m.. followed by dinner
on two Mental Health Boards; Northern 'on the after services. Satur-
fourth, and fifth'grades will par-
10-M-4116 Put the fun back in cooking Mental Bradford-Union Health Board, Lake Mental Ci ticipate in an all day Sports Day of day night there will be a gospel sing

Health softball, kickball, and track and field. .fpr anyone wishing to attend.
Board, Lake Butler.
26 Memorial Is school Dinner on the grounds will also be
May Day a
with a Rev. and Mrs. Harper will be attending ,holiday. Sunday after regular church services.
the of their -
graduation daughter Rev. Gene Lyons of Sanderson
30 Last d 01
i theschoolyear
May ,
Jody at the University of Richmond,
for students. _' Holiness Church will be the guest
-----, Whirlpoolwoven Richmond" ,'Virginia. The Safety' Patrol list of students? speaker. Everyone Is cordially invited

) ... .. to attend.!any and all services.!. .
se ..r .asst- eelse r r 2 ; : ,

!tlii 1CJWNnve .i woven I ::1 ; ..un.' Meth..ChurchPresents ; '

Now. with unbelievable >pa d. you can prepare and BUILDING A HOME The 1980
serve your favorite foods el home. Eating el home becomes I .
.'almost. simple and easy e.dining out. Dorcas Awards

e Automatic dtul-erwed MEALTIME.clock! late you I f3
set l up to 35 minutes ot continuous cooking or defrostIng IN The Rev. George L. Harper
time, then turn oil automatically. presented the 1980 Dorcas Awards at

a Variable power control enables you to adjust average/ I I the observance of Festival of the
cooking energy 'levels to the type of food. BRADFORD COUNTY Christian Home at Tint United
Methodist Church last Sunday. ,SIx
e MEAL tf NSOK temperature probe permit setting I
internal! food' temperature desired I and turns oven oil I I mothers were honored at the presen
.when temperature le reached. tation. The name Dorcas was taken
Other quality features Include:: Black-glass, see-. I I from a New Testament character who
through oven door; Large 1,14 cu. II. oven capacity 'went!' about doing good. (Acts 9:36-39): .
with Interior light; Seiled-ln glass ceramic shelf. end ,il Ruth Johns and Harriet Richarde a
snd-of-cooklng.signal. Tnk.Madill I
n r i Were given awards absentia.
RFM 7300
11.5.l\1orlllll\ Adbij sr :-Jean Adams was cited for
1 ; '..voluntary church visitor,
I . President.of.United; Methodist
!1' ,0With
Women/ member of Wesleyan S.S.

CARL RIHERDConstruction I .Class,.mother; of John. Jane and Bill
Or take. her out to + and a member of the AdministrativeBoard.
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eat to "Patio"featuring ,' MlldredS.Harperw.lcltedlorbe-I
?. '. ing a patient encourager of a
J. .- Methodist, minister, First. Lady /,1.
a CharmglowGas lli.\;; ".."f. : ', .:< :::member.gt, : I
Phone' 964-7641 t Cal Cbl :.
I : ,: 14A el I itta7'etodlaWO( member;

Grill 964-7652 7 .2Z"18J''vAlf J ; 4.q.A u1t :,..eI\\ 9h p'' 'S.S. Class.. ,

Model 2000 Has. I i O I Show.you title Bot,Pries i::>. on J .3JT\li + ;{"ft-4lh J; {fS !:-:-y-- _and a I.public; ,

This model' ths deepest 0-
.'ot all the Charmglot Barbecue ; n..8401.$ cep p,, aaciteeorbelng a
6 0. Built HGma .
hoods, which gives II r"e.\ay9 I your Quality V1q,1, t; U..d" ,stepyu[ etefntehabec.,( AdultTrr :
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able capacity ( -um 1' j "I'ellovvship class, member of United
-"N'e your Bill turkey or a A.-
Certified General Contractori-i -'- MethooMsf-Women: Youth "SundayUH
:3; ,* j School teacher,mother;e of Kris, and a
"' 5who,5 I .. .. Univ. ot Fla...Building Construction B.: '_ Lexeenenr'- -
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Tool Cooking surface-Ml ell ,.... I jiBertbaPeare was cited for being a' '
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Continuing- Dog Problems Frustrating' Commission, Residents Frightened"Those

people have a right to walk County Ordinance 77-1 lias to do personal, donatIDnJ.ot S22 The board will. seek, ,more bids.,,, -Leon Starling, a change from .Was told has the concurred state Division in the of use Bond of
theukstreets.'and not be afraid" a with dogs with rabies or that have bitten each to buy a new Bradford"High A agricultural to business and professional of the$700,000 bond Issue.
>Dlftlnly frustrated' Dave Shuford, people, the sheriff said add1n8lfrefen band uniform, upon request of Floyd, Citing lack of choice the, board \: for his dater to operate a the balance said the agency
'tipu'hty/ commission chairman, to temporary confinement to "Settle* of TG4Y. Settles and John okayed payment '()f $61p8 k' from Its beauty shop on Street, close ChairmadCtSrmford' disbursing the
rd ,eatedtyr.said about a dog problem see of the dog has rabies..There Is a Miller of the Telegraph are heading a. >secondary road fund of the '|k to the Lawtey cemetery. ; to contractor for repaving
In Keystone'Club Estates In the state law controlling vicious)dogs, buta i, drive to raise U,000 for the new railroad crossing on G'RThe I IMaxle Carter, Jr., a change from payments roads and that
of ,
southeast part of the county. dog can be determined to be vicious uniforms. Some $3 800 has been raise Department of Transportation used residential to retail business for a the 38 miles actual sent from the
A leash ordinance would control the until someone is bitten be added. / and Settle saki be hopes tt have halve the expense with the railroad 28000 square foot lot one-fourth mile $250,000 was
entire county, commissioners warn There Is no law at present controlling the$5,000 necessary to place the order but now that the road has been turned south of Starke on the east side of 'ATongfund.Sent .

luetant to pass a new law dogs running at lartje.and/. being a within a few days. from funds,. $mmlt-.I back to the county, the expense of the US-301, so the,tenant can set up a .. word;;:to the Lincoln' City
without much research. A leash law general nuisance. ""It just isn'tthere ted already. maintaining the crossings the c0unty's. nursery, fruit and vegetable stand:
Incorporated areas ," Sheriff Reddish said. The railroad does the work but Work had begun on the property when Recreation Board county moneycan
ball and bats
might wvrk.ibul all residential areas, Under the state law the attack has '.{Approved a resolution supporting charges half the expense to the county the zoning board met April 29 for the be used only tobuy ,
Intruding the KH Club Estates, are to be real not Imaginary,Sheriff Reddish S\a rke's. application for ,.federal.; as it did with the state. ; zoning change. no gloves or r'I,-.
no) part of incorporated areas. TheCMnmlsston said. : grant for a wood-burning power plant. \ -William B Forsyth, Jr, a special / Health
promised to have countyMUorney Attorney Alan Pariplano,. chief generator., ,* Heard a report that the' 38-Inch 'r use permit with a two-year limit for a Visited the county dental chairs Department will be
Dudley Hardy study the proMem public defender for ,AheftEighth culvert under US-301 at Strawberry : tenant to operate a gun repair shop in where two will be
but i said enforcement costs Judicial Circuit who was present,said ?Wa told by county volunteer fire Acres north of,Starke Is. 'Open and t" his home in Forsyth's mobile home Installed. Dental'work department.a new'

hive so far prohibited a dog control the advice given by Sheriff Reddish chief Harry Green that his group functioning. park. move, for the' health.. '."
ordinance.: was excellent. wants to be on the ballot by Itself The 4 ,
The commission listened patiently Chairman Shuford said there was a board plans to place on the ballot Named zoning director L.M. r, ,,' *
as' a group of 15 KH Club Estates dog problem when be was elected: U special tax districts for the fire Gaines to represent the county on the >,
residents'most of retirement age years ago. The cost of enforcement, departments,,recreation funds, and North Florida Regional; Planning j' ,I
"told story after story of"attacks" and placed at $100,000 per year In, the county hospital In an effort to Council. f..
of;,being frightened by two large dogs "guestimates," has always prevented raise money to alleviate the county's .
owned by Martha Bennett and her passage of a leash law, Shuford said. upcoming tight budget cap set by the Set a May 19 9:30: a.m. bid opening ion ..,
husband Residents used to enjoy Sheriff Reddish warned of "grave state. The board Is seeking legal ad- repaving the 5.1 miles of secondary } l ld
w.IJr.lngaround the block of 46 houses danger" to the owner If a dog would vice on the tax districts. roads using the $100,000 remaining
In the cool of the evening, but now maims or Injure a small child. The from the $700,000 bond issue under
.tear to go outside at night, they said owner would be grossly liable for I Delayed opened the one bid receiv- which 38 miles of roads have already "
*'.Mrs. Bennett said the dogs. "Alfie" damages the sheriff said. Parlipiano eel for re-roofing the county jail been retopped.
and "Cal are not attack dogs. "In said an attack by a dog Is one of the where a flat, built-up roof Is to be, Upheld the county zoning board Is
all fairness, the dogs are being easiest things to prove in court;' all replaced with a sloping shingled, roof. three actions:
misrepresented, they are not attack that is necessary IS to prove the Iden-
dogs," said Mrs Bennett of her large tity of the owner of the dog for liability -
Doberman and a part.Pit Bull. to Incur he said. Attorney Welty SuspendedFrom
,"She, told me they were just "It's almost like playing Russian J JI
pussycats. But. to me, that's not a roulette to allows large dog to run at ,
pussycat,". said Walter Reese, who large," said Sheriff Reddish."It .
lives next door to the Bennetts with a looks to me like as big a problemas Practice For 6 Months,
vacant lot between them. this Is, there ought to be something
TheB nnetts so far have refused to that can be done" Chairman Shuford '
build a fence to confine the dogs. "It's said, promising to turn a copy of the Starke attorney Richard Welty has Gainesville law firm of Purvis, Gray z..t. tg
klnda the principle of the thing," Mrs. deed covenant, given to him by been suspended from practicing law and Powers. Oral arguments before 'a -, S''
Bennett told the commissioners. If Casper Broome, over to Hardy when for six months beginning May 19, The the Supreme Court justices were not
the Bennetts would build a fence, it the attorney returns from New York Florida Bar announced recently. allowed; the Supreme used written "'
would solve the entire problem, the this week.In Welty,38 was found to have used briefs filed by both sides. ,
residents said. trust funds from his clients' trust ac- The case dragged on for more thana 'J
The residents were advised by other action the commission: count to pay personal and business year. Then on April 17 the five
Sheriff Dolph Reddish to enforcement expenses without the knowledge and justices agreeing to make their an-
of deed restrictions which Greeted with pleasure Public consent of the clients according to nounced decision unanimous, upheldthe s
prohibit dogs running at large. The Defender Alan Parlapiano's announcement the press release of The Florida Bar. recommendation of Clayton and f., s
sheriff said he can't enforce deed that the Bradford public All the monies were paid back before ordered Welty suspended as of May ........; "
restrictions, but advised the residentsto defende'sofflce will be moved Into the the Bar Investigation, Welty says, but 19. "
seek private counsel and pursue enforcement upstairs of the old courthouse.The office admits his trust accounts were in a "A public,reprimand should never
of the deed restrictions is now housed in the Call Street state of chaos at one time a situationhe be considered sufficient discipline In (!t/
through the courts system as a civil offices owned by Attorney Jess has corrected. instances such as this involving deficiencies -... ,tf ,,'
matter. Wolbert. "1 hate it. It breaks me up. I'm not in a trust account extendingover "" ';'" -,,
But it Wel two and amounting at .. ti'eYr'6
kidding. happened, says years ..... I ..
ty, the attorney for the Town of times to over $24,000," states the opinion .....
Lawtey and the Bradford County handed down by the Supreme ..'n
I Hospital Welty has been attorney for Court on April 17. .... > .
Dees...., ( from page 1)).............................. the Town of Raiford and Town of The recommendations of the I : .:::
Hampton. referee are approved and Welty Is : :,
Taylor pointed out that fire departments in writing and that was the major Welty will not be allowed to return suspended from the Florida Bar for a t .i.-!..: ;., '
in Palatka, Lake City, Orange cause of the problem.It to practice at the end of his suspension period of six months effective May 19, .- :; ,' "-" .
Park, Green Cove Springs, Pro- seems an oral agreement was period until he proves 1980 and thereafter until he shall prove "
vidence and Baldwin respond to heart reached some time ago that the city "rehabilitation," the Florida Bar new his rehabilitation and thereafter '' ". !' .
attack rescue calls. recreation department would use the release states.Investigations. shall he be placed on probation for a ,'J
estimated that they have been facilities 20 hours a week and the The incurredIn r '.
He of Welty's office accounts period of two years. cost I
averaging 2, 3 or 4 calls a month. figure of $3.75 an hour was made for and suspension proceeding the amount of $781.82 shall be Conteml.'raIM
the city to pay for use of the facility.It followed a complaint filed with the by Welty prior to expiration of his :
Who Owes Bill? was also pointed out that the city Florida Bar Association in September suspension" the Supreme Court fur- .
hasn't used -
recreation department 1978 by Louise S. Lyons, a former ther decreed.
Schaefer brought the question ofa
1,316 utility bill up that involves the the RJE gymnasium since January, resident of Starke who now lives in Welty points out that he repaid all Two'lnterior'
1979. West Stockbridge. Mass. the and the trust account
Concerned Citizens who operate the of the money .
will fill
"We our part Records in the clerk's off ice-in the deficit was cleared up prior to the investigation -
RJE complex. He said that somethinghas Silcox said. bargain,
Bradford County courthouse ahow by the Grievance Committee -. Decorators With
to be done to resolve the problem, cerned Citizens to believe we would
otherwise he would have to resign as of the bill. Lyons sold property two miles east of) Welt, said he reorganized his
concerned citizens board member. pay a portion utility Starke on CR-16 to Ronald' and Ida office staff after the deficit was

a It was explained to Schaefer that recreation The matter committee was referred. ,Chairman to the Ivey for$15,000 during the summer, ef, discovered.: Two audits were made Just Hie .
which the trust a clean bill of ..
111'11. r gave
down the line there was a 4 ,
somewhere to at the ..
Epps promised report com admitted ed ,,'.,
betweenthe Lyons tegrapthat health, according to Weltyt-
communications problem comanL
Commission, city recreation mission meeting on Tuesday, May SO she filed the with the _.Welty feels he is being made an ex- Right Touch.Continental
department and the Concerned Florida Bar In Tallahassee asking for ,ff ample of in a time when the Florida .
Citizens an Investigation:She pointed out'that' Bar Is tightening down on the
Silcox explained there was nothingTrial. 7 Vacancies she received her money from Weftytn discipline of attornies in Florida. Telephone's new Trimline .....
Exist Now September 1978. Welty handled the The April 25 Issue of the Florida Bar and Contempra phones are (two interior decorator : ;;J.tl:
!legal, work for the transaction News carries a story that Monticello ;, deserve to know about. a
At St.Mark's 'I feel very badly that Welty was attorney Nelda M. Anderson was also you '
suspended; everyone is entitled to suspended from the practice of law effective sleek and easy to use, these decorator .
exist '
Seven vacancies now for the
make a mistake which was a careless May 8 by order of the Florida phones are available in a variety of colors. }:;!,
1980-81 school year at St.Mark's Day oversight,".Lyons said Supreme Court. A Miami Beach attorney And the is lot less thanyou'd ,
(from page 1)In ) School at Mark's Episcopal Church Alan Silverstem, was also cost probably. a '.. ..,.:
in Starke. think. ..:' ;
other Circuit Court activity After the complaint was filed with suspended _
Judge R A Green,Jr..will impanel a Enrollment will be limited to 32 the Florida Bar the matter was refer "Since the problem occurred In Decorator phones. Fast, simple and so .. '- ,,,:':s
students attending on an all day
Bradford alsoon red to the Bar Association's 1978 the problems have been cor- '
Grand Jury County convenient. For more information call our : ..
Twentyflve students have already -: :
with members Grievance Committee of the Eighth rected and since that time there has
Monday, May 12. 18 .
been registered for the new term. Applications business office visit local Phone Fair '.f .
been states. or your '
chosen to serve for six months The Judicial Circuit for investigation. Attorney no problem, Welty
grand jury will be selected first; the are now being accepted for Jim Clayton of the Gainesville "There was a problem that I am And get the decorators to give your rooms
remainder of the will be used the seven remaining vacancies. law firm of Clayton Duncan paying for," Welty says.
panel : justthe.righqouch.TouchTone.phonesare'( .
A pre-school program for 2, 3, and 4 : ';', r
"A lot of out of adversity -
and Ireland things come
for the City vs. Mueller trial. Johnson Quincy, was ap- .
State mandates that the Grand Jury year olds will be offered at St.Mark'stor pointed referee to hear the case and and it has made me a better person 'i not available in some areas) '.'!,'.:::' :
from the second in the 1980-81 term. The kindergal'tellprogram make recommendations to" the ," Welty admits. ;
serve Monday May: ;
to the second Monday In November. Is being drop since that Florida Bar.Procedure. Florida Bar rules allow 'Welty to i ..,'" (S ; ,
program is the public work for another For the ', ,.'.1 "
Assistant State Attorney Tom since has been changed, attorney. '
Elwell said he has no plans at this schools.New teacher at St.Mark's is Mary now a judge Is named the referee or past six months Keystone Heights attorney Continental Telephone :, :?:" :\.
the Grand examiner according to Wel- Myron Prevatt has shared an
tune to present anything to hearing .
who has master'sdegree
Agnes Ferguson a
office Starke with in addition
Jury. ty, in Welty. -- : ,. --.rr
In and
primary elementary Clayton recommended that Welty to Prevatt's own practice In -
education and has taught 16 years in be found guilty of the violation of cer- Keystone Heights.Welty will work for ;, .. .. .. .. .\
Make Mother's Day the public schools of Bradford County. tain disciplinary rules and further Prevatt during the suspension jP* .' 'i'T"1' "

Calls Early St.Mark's. Mrs. Ferguson'this month began when work the at recommended that Welty be suspended "Hopefully this will keep things go- -. '*
by the Bar for six months and ing," Welty says -
Every year on Mother's Day, former teacher Laurie Myers, thereafter until he proves) his Welty was admitted to the Florida / ,1
many thousands of persons who try to resigned before the term ended."I rehabilitation Including a recommendation Bar in 1972 and practiced In Union ,. :
phone loved ones in faraway cities are am happy to be working with an that Welty be placed on ,County for a year before moving to 'J:
disappointed because they wait until established staff of dedicated aides on probation with the Bar for two years Starke where he has practiced law t1.J
the last minute to place their calls. a program planned" for children'sneeds after he Is reinstated by the Bar. since 1973. % .
P.D. Cain, local customer service at St.Mark's. Mrs Ferguson Welty appealed the decision to the "I appreciate the support so far \ .( \",
manager for Continental Telephone states Florida Supreme Court and was from friends, clients and staff," Wel-
School hours will be from 7:30 he
Company of the South in Starke said, : a.m. represented in the appeal by the ty says.
"Mother's Day is one of the busiest to 5:30: p.m. The school calendar is /J ,
days of the year for telephone companies based on the public school calendar m "l'"
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in the U.S.A, The number of for the convenience of parents. Monthly -
calls made on this day most of them tuition is$125.A$50 materials fee '
made during the evening hours, exceed and an application fee of $25 is required NOTICE OF BID
the capacity of the equipment for new' students enrolling.
available to complete them Im- Further Information can be obtained
mediately, at St.Mark's School phone 9646587.MOTHER'S ''f
The Beard of Conty Commissioiers of Bradford Coiity, ,

t t t t Florida, Hill receiva sealed written bids in the Office of tie '.r;

Clerk of Circiit Coot, located lathe Bradford Coantj k ,of;

DAY J I Courthouse, Starke, Florida, l.tiI9:30 a.m. on May 19,' i(

HER DRY OUT I '1930, far paviif aid resiriaciif of approximately. 5.1 .il.s' -',t

'.oi" P* Trail Restaurant SlIOd.., of coiity roads.Specificatioas.ay. .r',I.

U.a 301 North. Lawtey 782-3918 Under New Management '"
] bo obtahed from the Office of the .5'Pa.el.
BAKED HAMr Xs l $w6r 7 Clerk of Circuit Court I ii the, Bradford County Courthouse, '. 4 S,,..
Starke. Florida. The wordiaf"Paviif Bid" mist be.chard w. '-.d- t, "l i ,
DRESSING 75 J marked OH the oitside of the eivelope/ coataiiing the bid. f"',:: 4i, '. iii. ,

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I .akfast DAILY Home Cooked :reject any aid all i.wfcaitted.Gilbert ""p" J "' 'f; ''' '''.' I' ,:
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Open A.M. to 0 P.M. Dilly 15 A.M. to 10 P.M., Weekend* I ,p'll' ,' I '
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TELEGRAPH,UNION ..AD. '"' The Union County The Lake

May 8.1980 SeetioaBeilrgraPl1
section TIMES MONITORiShrine

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I 1= Parade Was BIG Success, CCA. yNam

L: ; '=Dinners Sold Out.

-.-- Saturday's 12th annual Shrine Parade was the biggest since It first started in .?i V IIRtm rU rt

1888. the 33-unit entourage taking one hour from start to finish.
Tremendous response to the chicken dinner sale resulted in long delays a AM
.crowded Starke Elementary School cafetorium. Cooking started at 8 a.m. and M
all cooked chicken on hand when serving started at noon was sold out In the first 10 rt
114 hours. After that cookers could never catch up. Chicken was rushed down to p. % gar ne
Wishbone for extra frying speed. Ticket sales Increased 90 percent over last
year and the number of dinners served was up 67 percent. -
Local shiners promise to reorganize their system of cooking. before next year n f : :
to avoid the long waits. ;..r. :

Shrine club units from Jacksonville. Gainesville. Starke SI.Augustine.Palatka. :- : .
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Jax Green Cove Arlington Live : .
Beach Macclenny Lawtey. Springs, .
Oak Lake City and other places returned the Starke food thiisiyear ,1. ;. .. ... .' .. .. .
other parades by performing here. Had there not been a g crowd <0:1 .;. '. .. '. .' .' .
the Starke parade would probably have been no more local Shrines says But ':.,,:: :- :- :-: ...'.:. :;.::.:.. .
since the local units have their antique Oldsmobile cars and enter other Shrine ' : .:. rrT
the favor Is returned. :: : : ;.. .; .....
parades -
Local businesses the .. ..... .... ..'. ....
Recreation it : .
De I.
place- }
lace-l k's Salvage : '. \
trophies i were: 1st c ; 2nd awtey ; ... : > '. .
ana 3rd place-Starfc Recreation Department. The trophies were donated by / {r ..<;: :i;;:: .... '

Loretta Marchant of Bret & Jerry's Athletic House. \' .....:... ... ..... '. .. ..... ..
Sale of the chicken dinners raised some$6,500 for the Shrines 18 orthodpedic I\; \ ..:.'. ... :....: . .. r'
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and 3 burns Institutes. A local case Is 3-year-old Jeremy Cox of Raiford born I. ; .....'.,.. .. .' .. ". 1. '
with no right arm and hand below the elbow and no fingers on his left hand. ,I I .I' .. ,.....'..'-.. '' ... :.t'P..:.:.:.,:., / .
Jeremy has made seven trips to the Shrine orthopedic hospital in Greenville.S.C. ; \Ift : ; : :' .
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The Big Biscuit Is coming to Starkel! stop and go home and make some more just like them." Specializing In low-cost older models Asher's Rent-A-
Monday morning. May 12, Skeeter's Breakfast House The rest Is history. Customers were soon flocking to the Wreck was a colorful fixture on SW 13th Street until
will open business one mile south of Starke on US301. The .. monster muffin and the second restaurant was opened Sullivan sold it to reopen his restaurant.
Big Biscuit a half-pound of buttermilk batter has an in-. last fall on 13th Street. By its second weekend in business He says his huskster skills a natural outgrowth of his
creasing number of devotees at Skeeter's two places in customers were lined up outside the door. salesman days have been second only to the Big Biscuit
Gainesville Skeeter's Breakfast House at 1331 E. University "Once we came up with the Big Biscuit things just as a factor In his recent success. "It lets people relate to
Ave. and 2601 NW 13th. Street In the Woolco Shopping haven't been the same" said Sullivan. "It gave us a sym me, not the announcer," he explains.
Center. bol we could sort of grab onto." "For a long time I used the same ads everybody else did
It's not often a business develops Into a local Institution The Big Biscuit is now extolled across Gainesville on with professional announcers and copywriters, but I
and even less often that It happens in a yearandahalfand bumper stickers.T-shirts and billboards. Reads a typicalone wasn't getting much response, I realized the problem was
largely on the strength of its owner's personality. : "I eat Skeeter's Big Biscuit. He needs the money." that nobody was listening. I realized people hear hundredsof
Skeeter's Breakfast House Is such a business and Asher Of On' weekends. Sullivan often hires someone to parade in ads every day that all sound the same' and they just
Sullivan is such a businessman. front of the store along 13th Street dressed In an enormous tune them right out. -
Only a year-and-a-half ago. Sullivan was strugglingwith r biscuit-shaped signboard.His "I 1 decided what my ads needed was a different voice
a small restaurant on East University Avenue In 1w television and radio ads are legendmore entertaining that that would attract attention so I started doing them
Gainesville. A veteran of 10 years in the used car businessIn often than the programming they Interrupt. There myself. Now I don't any advertising where I can't throw
Gainesville Sullivan was"about as down and oufas I'd aren't many businessman In Gainesville with enough my personal touch In. It doesn't matter how,corny it gets
ever been." t name recognition to burst on the radio with a simple "Hi It's Just different and people notice it."
Today, that restaurant and Sullivan's second Skeeter this here's Skeeter." His TV spots portray Sullivan standing Sullivan admits the unorthodox promotional techniques
location on NW 13th Street are graced by hungry In front of the store wearing overalls and a straw hat kept a lot of other businessmen from taking him seriously
customers every morning. all the time urging customers to "get yourselves on down at first, but "when they rode by here and saw people stan-
It is quite a success story for a man who opened his first here and try one of my famous Big Biscuits." ding In line they started to take me real serious.
restaurant at 1331 E. University just three years ago promptly Sullivan Is of that unique American breed of "When I first started; everybody said I was crazy to
went under and reopened it again only because he businessman who has succeeded by selling himself as move her to this shopping center that I was crazy to
couldn't find a buyer. much as his product. A native of Live Oak, he spent most have live music that I was crazy to serve just breakfast
was closed months and finally realized of his life in the used car business, where. he learned early that I was crazy to do my own ads that I was crazy for this
nobody going torbuy It. I was still owing those how to hustle a product. and crazy for that.
l,000-a-monlh payments so I decided I'd better figure He worked for several years as a salesman In "But hell by that point I didn't have nothing to lose so I
out something to do with it myself." ,Gainesville' then opened his own retail and rental lot.skeetef's figured I might as well try what I thought could work." '
Sullivan opened the restaurant again In February 1979, Skeeter's second restaurant Is the first business to suc-
serving the same country-style breakfast and lunch but .. 1 ceed in the abandoned west half of the Sunshine Shopping
his business was stll slow. Center in Gainesville since Big Star and the Walgreen's
-- What Sullivan credits with turning the tide is his "Big % ; lunch counter it now occupies closed over two years ago,
biscuit" the monster muffin made of buttermilk batter. leaving a conspicuous commercial hole.
Like many ideas In the history of mankind the Big "They said it was impossible to do any business up here
Biscuit was created by mistake. that every place that had ever been opened here hadn't
r "At first we served Just regular biscuits like everybody done any good" Sullivan said. 'But my store here 13th
else," he said. 'Then one day my cook got sick and Street does three times the business. of the one on East
'wasn't able to make any of our regular biscuits but the .University.
cashier said she knew how to make biscuits so I told her "I don't mean to claim all the credit" Sullivan said
to !o home and fix a batch. BREAKFAST HOUSE INC.. "but I think this place has brought a lot more customers to
-'She came back about an hour later all upset because the other store here.
her recipe hadn't turned out right and the biscuits were a e "I think what I've done here is show other businessmenthere
lot bigger than they were supposed to be. I mean those<< is business to be done here as long a* you give people
Jhlng were hug She waa about to cry..but I told her to their.money's worth."

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Indians Roll Through District 6AATo :, .II

say Keystone High's Indiana After that score it was 2-1 Keystoneas plated two runs.
"won" the District 6-AA baseball the Indians' only tallies off loser Sibley was 3-for-4 with Bannon and
tournament in Lake Butler last David Barber had come when Sam Jennings both J-for-3
weekend would be slightly Sibley scored on an error in the first i :
understating the facts. and Kenny Jones scored via the same see 6-AA Baseball pg.'SB
As expected, the Indians rolled route In the third. But KHHS crankedup 1
through the four-team playoff like a In the fifth, scoring eight times. ;
bull in a china closetwithout much Jennings pounded a home run to left '
resistance. to start the Indian scalping.. Chris ;
Keystone ripped Union County 13-1 Prichard followed with a single to left KHHS Girls
In six innings in Friday night's finale and Sibley, who was a torrid 5-for-7 k'
after shaking off a tight start and a the tourney, blasted a two-run homerto Sizzling at K
pesky 3-17 Jasper team 9-3 in Thurs- left for a 5-1 lead. Jeff Stone, who ,
day's semi's. The Tigers of UCHS got had broken a 3.3 tie with Jasper the 6-AA SoftballKeystone's ssi, 1 ;
to the finals with an impressive 7-1 day before with a two-run homer, i rr
handling of Interlachen in Thursday's doubled off the base of the fence In left Lady Indians were too
second game but showed little of that center and Scott Bannon got him hot to be denied at last weekend's
sharpness against Keystone. home with a single.After an error and District 6-AA Softball tourney at their
Clark Stovall and Jim Gruenwald an intentional pass to Eddie Dyal, own field.
combined for a two-hitter with 10 Grady Bostic singled with the bases Entering as the third seed In a three hm
strikeouts as Stovall went five for his loaded to clean all three runs off the team field after a late season tailspin T
seventh win and Gruenwald pitched a bags. the KHHS girls "shocked everyone,"
three up-three down sixth. Only Dean The Indians added three more in as Union Co. High coach Randy I
O'Steen and David Barber managedhits the sixth to win by the 10-run rule as Register put it, blasting the Lady
for Union with O'Steen's single Sibley doubled, and reserves Mike Tigers 12-1 Thursday night and then
scoring Tommy Honour from third Graziano, Scott Harvin, and Jeff upending district favorite Interlachen
with two outs in the fourth. Smith poked singles. Harvin's hitj'Ts' 7-2 for the title Friday night. /

"Our defense was really tight," S '
KHHS coach Nancy Koppel agreed 1
when her club's three runs allowed
was pointed out. "We could not find a I I
place to put a base hit," Register
shrugged when he thought of the 5-hit J r
clamp the Lady Indians put on his T 1
batters. But it was the offense that
? t had Koppel most pleased. "We hadn't '
'. been hitting the ball the last couple of 1L
A games and we were losing (ending the i'
regular campaing 9-5) but our hitting .
came alive... everything went right
really." \\.1.ua.
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girls In both wins. Karen Smith ,_ : .5 _.
pounded two four-baggers to go with a
,I.... .. single and Becky Rund cracked a
':' ), homer and two singles In Thursday
Calloway added
night's romp Tracy
... ., three base hits as Keystone roaredout Home Run Party
.. t of a 1-1 tie after two on the Karen Smith Is hidden In this picture but her second Pictured are, from left to right, Beth W'a Irath. Murry Ed-
strength of Smith and Rund homers in., home run of the day brought a throng of leamates out of the wards. Union County catcher Kim ('ra ford, Tracy
\\\ .:: the third and and fourth. dugout In Keystone's 12-1 win over Union County la first Calloway. Angela Henderson and waving two finger! to
', t Singles by Tammy Barton, Rhonda round district tournament play signal Smith's second blast, .Becky Hund

.. Scaff, Gail Rogers, Ann Biddix:, and
Page Mcgill were all the Lady Tigers
could muster, ending their year 96. f.
Interlachen entered the finals witha
gaudy 10-3 mark but Angela '\ ..
1.-\ Henderson's three-run homer in the Bad Times .
fourth sent Keystone to a six run inn- .. .
ing that busted a 0-0 deadlock. .
.- Stephany Wheeler and Donna Dodd
were aboard after singles. \
Beth Walrath, Sharon Walrath, and .

Late Tag safeties Calloway as had the Lady the other Indians Keystone pushed Bolles Ends KHHS Baseball Run I

KHHS shortstop Sam Sibley covers across one more in the fourth and shut
third base, but too late to a Rams down to win the
tag Jasper the Lady
baserunner out. The brakes on Keystone's baseball In relief of Stovall. Gruenwald got strand KIIIIS runners at first and
district championship. joyride were applied by the 18-2 KHHS out of the Inning but the stage third both times. Eddie Dyal had
Bolles Bulldogs Tuesday night's was already set. wiped out the Bulldog second
Region playoff in Keystone as the When the Indians gathered after the baseman and a double-play attemptto
'Dogs got back for a 94 pasting the In- first frame disaster Nelson assured keep the second inning rally going
dians put to them earlier with a 10-2 them that "We've got seven more at: before Murdock fanned Grady Bostic.
Come See win. "bats.. six runs sin I nothing Suck ii,.."' ..Keystone finally got onthe'board:: in
The loss closed the lid on a 23-4 up and let's go," but gone was the fourth as Dyal swatted a first-
season for the Indiansone step a away Keystone's self-assured, confident pitch fastball to center for the Indians
from a much-wanted meeting with style of playand any pressure on the second hit ( Stone's infield single was
The rformezGSSSOLT P.K. Yonge (which hosts Bolles at 4 Bulldogs as well.Curveballing wasted in the second). Shawn
p.m. Friday at PKY for the Sectional lefty Mike Murdock, Prichard reached on an error and
crown), and two steps from the AA who was 5-0 with only five runs allowed Dyal scurried home on a passed ball
state baseball tournament. all season entering the game, settled but Murdock K'd Kenny Jenningswith
"No it didn't spoil our season, we into his rhythm with the big 64))gap runners at second at third to stay
won 23 ballgames and the district title to work with and he was tough all out of trouble.
-Gutsy.cyhnd. ,4.stroke -Mag..ttyle aluminum alloy ... but it sure is tough to lose a tour- night. Keystone managed'just five
DOHC angina wheels nament game like this," shrugged hits, and despite four innings of one:
_Plush low.rdersaddle. -Smooth shifting. KHHS coach Rodney Nelson after the hit shutout relief work by Gruenwald, see Regional PI(. SB
-Chrom.r.ari.nder transmiuion l c loss. Assistant Bob Smith told the never could get back into the game
_Hgh..aer handlebars 1980"GS" model twelve team afterwards "Seniors, we feel for Chances were lost In the second and
Extended Iron! forks monlh unlimited mileage you... juniors and sophomores, store third when Murdock got strikeouts to
Custom teardrop fuel tank warranty' Y it. Store it for next year." With only
-Megaphone.style exhaust SOT qmn.dw.n.iy"bcbw. c three starting seniors and 14
lot d t.iili undergrads due to return his messagewas ;

next Keystone's year.' version of 'wait 'till Homers Doom KH GirlsKeystone 1

There was,and will be, much talk of
\\'" the umpires robbing Keystone of this High's Lady Indians saw and Becky Rund scored on errors in
.one but it was a six run Bolles first inning their post-season dream melt away at the second for a 2-2 tie. The North
c1\\ that dug the Indians grave. the last moment In Tuesday's Florida visitors jumped back into the
\\ Clark Stovall, who entered with glit- hometown Region playoff game with lead with two more scores In the third
\ tering 7-0 0.62 ERA credentials that West Nassau. but in the fourth KHHS snatched the
Included a no-hitter against the'Dogs, It's said a ballgame Is never over lead for the first time.
couldn't find what seemed to be a tiny until the last out is made and that Donna Dodd double knocked in
strike zone In the first, and when he warning rung true Tuesday as the Rund and Murray Edwards for a tie
layed the ball down the middle Bolles visiting Lady Warriors waited until and Stephanie Wheeler followed witha
was ready. two were down in the last inning two-base hit to get Dodd home for a
Two walks, two unplayable bunt before shattering Keystone's 5-4 advantage. That lead held up for
singles, and a groundout got two runs precarious 5-4 lead with four straight two and two-thirds innings before WN
home, and a Stovall fastball on home runs exploded leaving the Keystone girls
another bunt try got past catcher Jeff The first was a three run shot that 11-7 for the year and sending the Lady
Stone for a third run. Mike Motley's put West Nassau i in\front 7-5 and three Warriors on to Sectional play Friday ,
single to left scored two more as the straight solo blasts tipped the marg- night.
The AH New 1980 relay from KH shortstop Sam Sibley ing to 10-5 The shells hocked KHHS Wheeler and hund both had two hits
skipped high off Stone glove and girls couldn't make up the differenceIn for Keystone.
Todd Solomon's RBI double to left- their last at bat.
center called Nelson out of the front ., .
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Tornadoes' Left 'Stranded in District BaseballBradford Class ,AA State Track :

High's Tornadoes spotted The disappointing loss coming at Gainesville Buchholz(234) went on walk and Allen's head first slide gave
Santa Fe a 5-1 lead and then left ten the hands of a team the Tornadoeshad to win the tourney bouncing Santa Fe him a bunt single. After a wild pitch .
men on base In falling S-4 to the beaten 7-1 the night before,ended IM on a no-hitter Thursday, and ripping Goodge lofted a sacrifice fly to deep Sibley .
I tourney host Raiders In a first round the young (no seniors) Tornadoes Live Oak 12-2 for the title Friday center to bring Sullivan home but the Does itAgain
District 5-AAA baseball game last, campaign at 1012.Still,Bradford won night.Bradford Raiders appealed to third and the
Wednesday at Alachua, seven of its last 11 encounters. jumped out to a 1-0 lead In base umpire called Sullivan out, sayIng .
the first against Santa Fe aa Scott he left to early. Clark followed ,,

... Allen doubled and Chuck Johnson with a single but Johnson's liner to
:'farwar. !{:6 ". iII1lI t' 'nI:!
'singled to right for the RBI but the right hung up In the strong wind and,
Tornadoes failed to bring any more was caught for the third out
runs home after loading the bags with After three up-three down(frames
one out. the 5th and 6th BUS fell behind 6-2 as
The Raiders jumped on starter and SF got two home In their sixth when a
loser Allen((2-1)) early on,rachlng him past right fielder DwayneMcBride ?Cx t
for back-to-back singles, a walk, anda to score two runs. t.
run scoring groundout In a two run The Tornadoes rallied in their last- 1%
.tl.rnk: first inning. They added three more chance seventh, pushing two runs
tallies the second with a hit batter, home as Bill Goodge, Clark and
a walk, and a single loading the bases Johnson beat out infield singles with
before a fielder's choice and another Goodge scoring on a wild pitch. Clark '
walk made It 4-1.'romadocoach Mike came home on an error on Ricky State
Hartley lifted Allen In favor of Kenny Sullivan's grounder but the Raiders
Clark but the Raider catcher greeted got the last two outs with runners at 880
Clark with an RBI single for a 5-1 lead first and second to preserve the win.lAHMlIl 't 1

before Kenny got a groundout and Champ
tk.a..d to S.
fanned the last man. .
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BUS left two men on in the second ). 0
.. but got one run back in the third as Mlcklc Sibley
Scott Hudson walked, stole econdl .. .......
moved to third on a passed ball, ana Goodge e dt.lth Bradford's high

r .. J scored on Randy Parado's sacrifice, batting average at .439, just nosingout \
I. fly to right. Clark, who hit .427. Allen ended Eighth graders rarely dominate a high school sport but Keystone High'sMickie
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The Tornadoes stranded two more with a .372 Johnson at Sibley continued her lock on Florida's high school class AA 880 yard run

) :,,,1".1: 'Ii.I. In the fourth. Ricky Sullivan drew a .356. All four are juniors crown Winter with Park.a second straight record-setting run at last Saturday's state meet In

gt4 j \I. The KHHS eighth grader busted the AA state meet mark she provided as a
,.. seventh-grader (2:23.8): with a best-ever 2:21.5 clocking at statewinning with
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:: E" ,. J5WSS.W--. '1 '. Last year she was a nervous first-year runner... knowing she was good enough
.. ., t, .- "*, ..t- ... to beat the boys in her P.E. classes but still an unknown. Last week she was the
defender trying to fight off a pack of challengers. "There was a little bit more
J K Out at the Plate' 0 ;] .. G.. pressure this year but I was excited" she said Monday. "Last year I really

K catcher Bill Goodge guards the plate for a forceout against a sliding Santa. Fe didn't know anybody. This year I new the ones I ran against but not any more
runner. : W. LI c1TARK"sfORr1llll'l ; than that."The pressure will stay with her for her four high school seasons left.Sibley's .

win capped an unbeaten year against Florida preps (her only loss was
to a North Carolina girl at the Florida Lady Gator Relays) but that string may
get its biggest test later this month if she competes in the Sunshine Classic In-
t! : vitational back at Winter Park May 24 as she hopes to. Florida's best Including4A
and 3A 880 champs, along with girls from around the nation will be invited.
On saleThursday Winning) that big event is a major goal but her biggest goals down the road are

Discontinued Paints !;II E AG F I.I Friday two-fold. One,she wants to win the state halt mile four more times, lowering her
record each time. And two,she hopes to win a running scholarship to the University

Tremendous Assorted Discounts Colors ems ISH18L- Be Saturday! of Florida.

Interior, PRICES! Just 2 Local Scorers at 2A State
A Exterior Household
Sibley's Lady Indian teamate Betsy Boatwrlght. a senior, was the other local
placer in the state meetclearing 5-2 In the high jump but being nosed out of a

.. check ': state title on more misses than the winner, who also topped 52.
av On the boys side Indian Keith Jones was third In his heat in the 440 with a 52.5

IWAY 11 time, not making the finals, and Union County High's mile medley relay team of
Dennis Roberson,John Hathcock,Tommy Roberson, and Greg Jones also finished -

+ out of the money in the rugged state test_.
I on ...__.M..' '

fllorelco*.' price darts'that save you up to 36% more Regionalfrom mound.roping a Sibley double to kept the KHHS fence in alive left but by

Murdock again came up with the key

I Stone singled again In the sixth but strikeout, fanning Stone to end the

was thrown out at third trying to game. .
"We Just did not well, Nelson
move on a passed
up '
"a Clark looked like
said afterwards.
'O WOMEN'S TOPS, In the sixth the Indians got anotherrun
he was throwing the ball well in that
"" home with two outs as Shawn
PRICED TO CLEAR .Prichard walked and Bostic one- first inning and the umpire was call-
5_ CHOICE OP STYLES! On bounced a triple off the fence in right- ing balls but I hate to blame the umpires
tpG center. Muroock again stomped out for a loss. That Mumdock's.tough. .
I / 2.50 the fire getting a called third strikeon ... we knew we would have to,
I hold Bolles down. 5
Scott Harvin, who was pinch-
l hitting for Gruenwald. "I think they'll go to the state chanvplonahips. ?

1: Bostic came on as Keystone's third .They have,: ,the,pitching.* "=3
Bl .v. tap 4lo tmmm '
1 in fa w1
\ F M up Site Ufcttt, MMaor pitcher in the seventh and the ..11._ so 4 ', I. 7 'f
anortt. All Mytad Bulldogs tagged him for four insurance k.ital.h,. IS. .I e
;.1 In s i y.w Imbrtc.* runs on Just two hits as KHHS w.DtortMk(.-.J.) IMM((7-1))1.
es.NANDSK1s CHEST' '%".80 pT.OAHDCN! MOM IIA a1 I 8 M Ley d ooMt.L committed two errors. A throwing error ..._Mii MJ.) 3sr
: .t.w.w(o.)I. .(MI.) /:
third baseman
,e. =14.88 =8.88 Greg by Prichard sophomore and a double by Todd J

Solomon hurt the most.
Elftsaii] In the last half of the seventh Jennings 6-AA Baseballfrom
more f
='..9.88:5.88. 22.88 hooked a liner to right but the
Bolles first baseman bounced the ball 4B

"01.-" -_' control oHara CM Iron MbaoM with chroma lOMvlnyl godan boa with brow i In the air and made the catch, and White's 4-hlttcr Moved Tigers tiFinals
ohowa of eoMM. "Braw Mlaar1' plalatf anus hilly InaulalM coupling EIIII''I.'s conom.oil '{'RaKeT ,Chris PrIchard bounced back to the
.ssua..r..on oona. giINIlIO untoraafcabfe ahock' liauliiMnl hr ooola.. tatnoV rrf,. r + four
t0 L+e tt Steve White (&-3) tossed a
hitter and the Tigers took advantage:
of 11 walks by Ram fastballer Melvin
ZA"EnPp. i Middleton (4-5)) to win Thursday'second ;:
YEN semifinal 7-1 over Interlacherf

., zy ((9-15 with the loss). 3
LADIES' KMITTON AVe I A AVfM After leaving four runners on In the}
OUR FASHION MAS KNEE-MT* LADMS'MCMiPAMTWS first two Innings the Tigers Jumped M
r I/SCOUNT HFCEFanwua/ 6 8 8 SSA40C1.OO 011 PANTY NOS. ,S-S-T a 3-0 lead in the third as Tony Honour.
Barber Tommy Honour,and Dwayrxi
10'. m.k.r poty/oollon kmil 66MCONATOH 66
... Mallard drew walks to force in one
TAMPAX TAMPONS ftlWM Sly. .oolora.8.M.L. nuNvecouT.1.CI weRes4e' weRs.er
run, Ronnie Pinkston's sacrifice bunt
BUMOEM MAKER: .uNQLASSES SCOPtlWUTHWASH.. ==' 21-1 'AMOU.MAJERJUNI got another home, and Dean O'steen?
IIWAUSM who had two of the three Tiger hits!
.88 4.86 sasaSLL*.1A 05.en .ozo1L OAS'Ct.A &10.88 ,- r lofted a sacrifice fly to the edge of th

V.118 S.a eta Oatcoesy Prca 1.09 ."IITY'100'1 cotton iwtll' a poemia, i ,/ t-.i: fence at the 305 foot mark in left. J
CoOk. "."'bur.r.. Lalaat looha In ..... I.O .,irragi.,Mm US, Mallard scored In the fifth on an error
..Adwla"-.tlcll. _MM a oonra. WIHS UP TO-- WASJ I and the Tigers got two more in th
sixth after Dwayne Ellis' leadoff doug
,super prices! super buys! t .t J'I' ble to left center.Pinks ton scored on I
a DIII."A.HION Poll POM FOOT double steal In the seventh for th<
PLASTIC WATCH9.S8 VASSS SOCKS \t" ) :I,, "fr final run :
,.. ,....... The Rams only score came In th
m 1o .44ta1''i ;' '(I,.. sixth when Napolean Dubois follow
, oim wacouNT pwca cool DISCOUNT nntce1J OUfI CMCOUNT nNte.t0 u4a. '
CAN11Ct the middU
e \\ ." a double with a single up
"{::;\: ., '.J''':'' t'It. but White set the next three batte)
1 .' 'h''' '. '. hush .
to 2 '' 'k .t 'down to the rally.Keystone
ours I _
'O ,$l. 'vM Compact pockM unwra wrtlunxicntfw. fJ -. Started Slow
Br Op it UMI flip-man, 110IHm t r Keystone got out of the plfyoff bloc! ,
s POLAROID 10S FILM,,844 II IIn Lone Scorer slow In their 9-3 win over a Jaspei
: team that had won only three timel
Tiger shortstop Tommy Honour and owned such forgetful looses as i''
scored Union's only run against 23-0 setback to Live Oak. '
UPB-UKB ROMS PHOTO PMAMI ALBUM Keystone Friday.night., Trojan Leadoff hitter Ricky Burt
KITCHEN SUYSI COOKING.MClAINI'' STYLE S OIlY Wrsl' nham doubled and scored in the flraf
::::'CUIIIMG 5.88 3.88 3.97CUfl 1OU after an error and a walk and an inB:
YOUR 2 8S'YM 84:88: OUR mgCOUNT PHICt OMCOUNT PHICI OIKOUNT M CAVIVOO field single and another throwing error

CHCHcaigWSMUPTOMT' "'T made it 2-O before KHH
I telag w TO.IJS' 8 88 Jasper $
CUIIUHCI atON count with a two-out rally I
tied the It
7-po. wood salad IXMI tpo. 340 aaat Iron alclltol aat Spo.aarbon "
land knH.aat.-.....glawbawao. Sill* knMa aat ,.po. MO its half of the second.Bannon and
.... 4-<)': aauoa pot. knah.n Ma .a or alum jm parts 12.88 SMOKE oirrs pon MOMI Greg Prichard doubled for one rus.
10" non-alai hy pan or reupparoolator. k Tat .- pick of REAL
wlS e WAS.- 1-PC. POMCELAINSMOKINO r and Jennings legged out an infield}
SET.TJS SA' i'a ,t single that scored Prichard when tits
Mon'._ DECOMATOflTASIE VINYL LACSJTASLCCtOTHS COURSEThe first basemen bobbled the throw. 4
0) 8.M.L.XL. ,t UOHTIN.MHOCKIMOHAM Sibley walked and scored the lead

TIIA Y a UGHTIR ASH ANTIMONY .*:!l.27 ,' MHtO"DOOHMMMOM run \tn the third as Jeff Stone drilled
SIT_ :ue JEWEL oX double to left but Jasper hung tip
r M nMT Don Tennant SchoolOf shaky starting Grady Basil
MANY COLOMS. STVLBS 3.94 T H.im<...1ST 5.84 Real Estate as pitcher Kevin Murphy unloaded fj
+ 1.44 TO ,..84lit BUKMtCOUMTMICI 330 foot homer to right In the top of the
Will OfferTHE : fifth after fouling a pitch 310 .fe J
\ i i SUeht down the line.Keystone -*.,. S
REAL ESTATE COURSE finally put the Trojang

REQUIRED FOR FLORIDA REAL behind them with a four-run fifth wtUj
ESTATE SALESMAN'S LICENSE Stone following a Sibley single with
: 345-foot homer to the power all
Stone's blast, his third hit In a 3-for
Mon.; and Turn.8 lo 9 p.m. night signaled the end for Ja
t ,&''' .Jsne30,1980.8weekrduration" Dyal followed with a perfect bun//
MEN'S ASSORTED 'MSN'S COOL;KNITS Ove* SPOBUDUTy wOS ars single and Stovall ripped an RBI

FASHION JEANS ,TANK TOP* ....97 -eteOINe 1.97 nooILOAnIl "GNASSNOPPINS"nlreyn 0..011O SMMIIIta 0_....'Cmmerc Bid*. single to left after Dyal took third on.g

OUDIMCOUMf MM WillI '" 6-7 4 88 Stark.Fla., passed ball. Bannon then
d.coulr6w 94 wovnTY !.
Ptta.T T'a 2.44 MlN'S ,.. I. as Wllllt4.88 Oua oacouNT M CIAaat d/aorcouNr. costs'S Instructor an error and when Jasper muff

...'_ ........, 'SHOUTS 4.96 .. ;Gene. Reese rundown with Stovall betw
--. bnalud I. Tank seal OMo. XXI MnylbraM _, c.a. wlm tarry Trl of Mnad wlnyt up 6arv l w/ouaMon .Ia.h '
.N..Malt's a-at 'T'a */..'.by ...11".. "w.......... Mm MM a I".o.. para ease aiHa*e.10. aola. ,saw a S-IO., and home both runners came homesSingles
Chris Prichard and
Reese by
,1I'ClU; .IE N" 'I'IN 11'Mil \ To Register-Call Gene and Dyal sacrifice\ fly to deep
v D.aSicO! N''w' 1i'J.() I' s. STARKE' KEYSTONE Hgts. 473-7078 475-1255 got two more accroas: in the s Slbl1'

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atos .

8 from BHS Qualify for State AAA TrackBradford's .-r(,. ". It?-. :.

.-.- ---'----------'- L Union:.IISColliuga
Lady Tornadoes movedsix Buddy .,__
of their eight Region meet participants Coaches j
on to Friday's state meet ugh ,
and were 5th out of 20 teams and 'sr o. \
Richard Smith knocked his school 880 Speak.'Out : ;
record down another notch to ,tr r i5 -,' ."
highlight BHS' the RegionII
running t Friday. :: ::
meet at Editor n : '
Marian Puttman, pods :.
Teresa Wood eq ,. .
Louette im Slocum, Valery berths M ....................... ." ..!. I
Chandler, and Sheila Searcy won .1.t I.:,
at the Friday, May 9 state class but there still Is some btiidag about the> I I
It at ke a beehive routrevony
while Smith and may
AAA championship .
hurdler Danny Hildebran will repre- recent ccta ehaaa.a at Vales Couaty High School. < ...>. !
sent Bradford In the boys half of the r i 1X # "Why do food people :lose their Jobs because a new head coach com..IAT'. !'t G' I.
l '**" "
title meet to be held, starting at 10 OHMS ML :
at Winter Park's Showalter They refer to the recent firings of Tiger athletic staff members David Ross ands ,. .
Field.a.m. Raady Righter, both released by new UCHS Athletic Directos-football boss-Ed;
Woody cleared 5-2 in the high jump Davis, to make room for his new staff :* .:J ,
asked above Is ef the bressures of''
and beat another jumper who clearedthe Davis says the answer to the question part
same height on fewer misses and high school ports-and high school coaching. That Iswhen a new head noncb'.. .,.
Puttman tossed the shot put 38-SVi to r s comes In and puts his Job on the line he brings in new people with* him. A new., .
win Bradford's two Region titles ; broom sweeps clean it is said. :
Richard Smith just missed, placing "I can understand where they're at because I've been then, the very sameter
second behind Buchholz' Andrew thing has happened to me," Davit said last week "As I told them past a mat' ':
Keitt, with his 1:59.3 half.mile shaving of circumstances Unfortunately they had a losing record in the ((0-10 last
six-tenths of a second off his year) and these coaches were associated with that record. My objective Is to" ..I
school record.Younger sister Louette create change... and, well, that's hard to do with the same kids looking at the
did the same In the girls 440taking same people(coaches). I personally want to wish them the best of luck and I'll ,..
betteredher help them anyway I can.' j', :'
second with a 59 9 time that
old school mark. f' ; But,of course, that's little consolation to Register and Rosa, now out of work:,:
Woody, Chandler, Searcy and \ vl because of the pressures of winning high school l sports. .fy:
Slocum hooked up In the mile medley "Maybe that III part of the game, but it still doesn't make me feel good aboutIt ,,'
relay for a 4:33.1 best that earned ," Register said of the new coach-new staff philosophy. "I really have some-s-:
third place and Hildebran won his bid doubts about education now. I was told by both my principal and Mr. McGUI
in the 120 high hurdles with a 13.2((15.1 s (School Superintendent Bill McGill) that I had been reviewed and was doing,,' .
prelims) for fourth, the last spot excellent teaching job but then they turn right around and fire me. It was my-
qualifying for state. Bradford High's Track Survivors understanding that the only strictly"coaching"jobs In the county were the kD--
I said would job and Joe's (Randy's brother Joe was football assistant and head baseball>
did what we
"We just Richard Smith, and standing Valery Chandler, Sheila
do show at the Region meet," Surviving the rigid Regional meet and winning spots toFriday's coach) and that the rest of us would be evaluated as teachers and coaches rsseparately. ;
super state class AAA track & field championships for Searcy Teresa Woody, Louette Smith Kim Slocum. ..
said Lady Tornado coach Grover I thought would still teach and get some sort of trial at least for the\ > ,
Howard, all smiles after his girls BUS were: from left to right, kneeling Danny Hlldrbran Absent was Region shot put champ Marian Puttman. coaching part. -',>tiv:. .
equaled the half-dozen state qua lifers "I tell you though if I was evaluated for my coaching I'd like to know how.The ">
of last season. The Lady Tornadoes' (41.4 prelims), where Hildebran was middle of the week and it got worse," Smith,Slocum,and Chandler all have man (Davis) never talked to me until he told me I was gone." !a:.-;':n;,
26 point total was bettered only by sixth ((41.5 prelims). Allen Scott's Howard said. "It was frustrating for state meet experience behind them Ross, who coached varsity basketball for one year at UCHS,said he didn't an-l
four teamsOcala Vanguard ((74), 142-0 discus throw earned sixth place. me as a coach because I couldn't pinpoint from last year. Howard said Woody ticipate the dismissal either. "I don't think it's fair but maybe that is part of.the t :1' -
North Marion ((53)), Buchholz ((37'/ ), There were some disappointmentsthough what exactly was wrong Fri- will probably be moved out of the mile risk of coaching," Ross said when asked if a person heading into athletics must"-)
and Ocala Forest ((32)). The BHS boys day." Pullman's 113-5* best left her medley with Smith moving into the accept the here today-gone tommorow way of life. "It Just never crossed: my;:*
were 11th of 28 teams with 12 points. Puttman's shot put win was labeleda two Inches out of the fourth place 440 leg and Slocum down to the 220 to mind.. I guessed they just needed to make room for new coaches."I .
"With a little bit of luck we could big surprise by Howard but then sowas state qualifying spot. shave time and allow Teresa to concentrate was mainly shocked that I wasn't called In to talk about the basketball situation -
come out smelling like a rose at state her 6th place In the discus,wherea Steve Marks 10.1 best-ever didn't on the high jump where Having both the varsity and J V teams last year wasn't an Ideal aituationjMitI ;
too," Howard hoped. 128-5 regular season hurl made her get past the prelims in the 100, "she's got a good chance to be right did see improvement I knew all along It would take more than one year,maybe
Barry Thomas scored two points not only the Region favorite but a top Jonathon Johnson couldn't get to the up there. It'll come down to having three, to win(they were 2.19 this past season). I just feel for the kids.This will be
and just missed a state berth with a choice for a state title. "She started finals either, even with a 23.0 personal fewer misses just like the Region four coaches in four years(for basketball)... how are they ever going to adjust?''. "'t
5th in the 330 intermediate hurdle having: problems with her spin in the record 22O, and Bradford's mile meet did so she'll have to be consistent ".do want to thank all the players and I'll tell them to just hang In there,thing:';. '
medley relay unit finished out of the will be o.k.," Ross added. "Whoever he does bring I wish 'em aU the luck in the"
money despite leading legs by Marks, "Marian's not going In her favorite world. I hope they do well. I don't wish Davis any bad luck either. I hope they win......? '
Johnson, and Chuck Williams. The event but last week gave her con- 'em all." n
mile relay team of Johnson Thomas fidence In her Jhot She could pop one .(.
tf EG VQ&&W J 0LUGL7 Bennett and Smith was seventh in way out there.And Louette's so tough Sports Shorts: '" "''

3:33.7 with Smith burning a 48 second I feel good" about her running with Davis certainly Isn't letting past differences get In his way of hiring coaches: "':,*'
964-5890 anchor split anybody. He a former FSU Seminole reciever hired a former Gator didn't he? '." '-T
138 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. "Just about everybody improvedtheir Smith was sixth at state as a ninth When a Davis was a starting senior tight end at FSU new line coach Jimmy *'
bests so I was pleased with grader!!: last year and has bettered her Ray Stephens was a starting sophomore center at Florida. ,:1, "":?-
Starke's Own Bakery that. said BHS boys coach Ben Hox- 79 state meet time often as a soph "We didn't know each other back then,"said Davis,who was a defensive back' 1 r
ley who saw his 13 man Region team "As far as that medley team we'Ujust as a freshman out of Lakeland High before being moved to widout for two years. :f-
.: sliced by 11 at the demanding Regiontest. play it loose and see what happens and then to tight end (at 173 pounds!) for his senior season. -", .:.t'-!
t ... Give a : Mother cake Smith .was 10th in the AAA state ," Howard added.Florida :
., r 880 last year and seeks to fulfill his The Post 202 American Legion baseball program cranks up at the end of th)4) : ,t
hunt for a state ribbon while month but they'll apparently have to go it without the best players from Bradford. }
on her day. Hildebran will try the state meet for Theatre County. BHS baseball coach Mike Hartley has put together a Summer dlamonll.I'?
the first time.Bradford's. program which he hopes will provide a 30 game schedule against other area high "-J
Puttman, Woody, school teams and Kenny Clark and Scott Allen, who both played Legion ball last .,
Starke 964-5451 year,will stay with the Tornadoes Hartley said. He expects most of this season's ''
team (which had no seniors) to play in the Summer along with some younger 'I
Fri. Sat.& Sun.Skeeter's faces. Some will double up while playing for the Senior Boys Softball team: ,
Tryouts for the Poet 202 team are Saturday morning by the way. t
George Hamilton 'in
O O 1 ,, Hartley Is already sending put letters\ to-colleges for juniors Clark and Bill :&
f. GoodgVand Allen, 3 sop'hoindi-e! :ftayintf) Tah ado players don't get as much ex-
posure as many schools with more respected; baseball programs Of Clark he
Breakfast House 1 : said "Kenny can play for anybody I think. He can hit, hit with power, he can
throw, you won't see a better glove, and you won't find anybody any faster He
stole 20 out of 20 bases this year and I probably should have run him more. I'd
Located 1 milf South of Starlit on U.S.301 "
like to see him go to Valencia
g .:.4fm I ''''III IIQI ,''ltl'' I
r 1l[ 1
Speaking of baseball I don't think you'll see two better class AA teams than the.
two that played for the Region title Tuesday night- Belles (18-2) and Keystone h
301 Drive-In (23-4). The Indians got jumped on early but they're every bit as good as Bolles h
and probably better than most of the eight teams still alive in the playoffs.That's !
HOME OF THE why you hear arguments for two-out-ofthree or double-elimination tournaments t!
FrL & Sat. in baseball. '

m Our own Andy Dennon, news reporter. Is a baseball fan to beat all (or most) 1:
baseball fans Andy and his wife were at the Jacksonville Suns-Nashville Sounds
BIG I' game Friday night, in Daytona Saturday for the Florida State League (class A)
BISCUIT S DB Astros-Tampa Reds game which featured baseball's Infamous major league
Chicken, and back in Jacksonville Sunday as King and Queen for the final game. ,
( of the Suns-Sounds. series. r
\ \ He brought back stories of Nashville's Steve"Bye-Bye" Balboni "he hit a shot
that's still rolling,"), and the Chicken ("he gave the Florida State League's
women umpire an eye test and gave out autographs and decals,") but said he'd
COMING I TO STAR KE I THE ELECTRIC they rather watched sit behind as King home and plate Queen as usual Sunday.than in the box seats behind third where

I knew Kirk Hallowed only as a Keystone High basketball' player (and a good
IPGIa one) but judging from the Impact his so-early death had on his teamates,
coaches, friends, and peers In Keystone he was a young man due great respect.
Opening 6:00AM To 2:00 PM Plus Kirk was killed in an auto accident last week.We offer our condolences to Kirk's

< [: : j") family and many friends.In .

case you missed it Lake Butler's pride and joy of a running back Curtis SIr-
nones,who lost his senior season at the University of North Alabama because of.
Monday, May 12 slow recovery from knee surgery, was still selected in the eighth round of the
NFL's college draft by the San Diego Chargers, making him choice number 222
m- .... overall believe.
can ew+..w_w.w.'Iiiidi! Sirmones' 4.3 speed and knack for finding open ground have drawn much at
the and Best Breakfast tention from the pro's since he started at UNA( but injury problems kept him
Serving Biggest SUN. MON. from ever playing a full season or a 1.000 yard campaign.We 11 try to have more
details on Curtis' pro possibilities next week.

Anywhere and Some Good Old OOJQ)

GlrU )IOU'II Post 202 Legion Tryouts
Cookin' never believe ,
Country '-: Are Saturday in Keystone

Tryouts for the Keystone-Melrose Post 202 American Legion baseball team
tOt<' 1 1 :00 AM Until 2:00 PM will be held Saturday morning.. May 10, at 9:30: a,m. at Joel Bryan Field In ','
: m lewardesses Keystone announced Post 202 coach John McCullough. : ,
] Players yean of age and under from Keystone Heights Union County Bradford y-: .
THEY'RE READY County and Green Cove High School are eligible. '..: :
The Post 202 season starts at the end of the month. e '
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earnest' this weekend FridaySunday. ;:
THOMAS METALS INC May 8-11. to benefit the-'i':_ r-
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'ALL ( Play starts Friday night, runs aU
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pig Football Notepad : 5th Period Wins BMS TrackThe

fifth period P.E.class scored 98 Mt Jimmy Sekaenlnl lile: Larry O'Neal''', Bho4 Pull Tatty Hill.... Bek Baom.....Handy
point' to win the team title at last Le* While 1144. John David Francis ..... Chris seep J4-4. Does Green M-a, Carl Pewee 11-1
.... .
TornadoesAccording Davis said he expects the roster to (OT-DT), Kenneth Clyatt (C-LB) and Thursday's Bradford Middle School 1tame4 H4a. Waye Wall Distal Bradley Tony Je-4.Hill 44-4.Michael Courts....,. Den-
get above 20 In the Fall,when Injured Tommy Roberson (RB-S). Davis track field meet at the BHS track. Mile Spring Medley' Relays' Pnrlod S (Dunlep.Peeler. Dunlep ". ...IN ...._ ...|.. Desalt I
veterans like Ed Varnes knee noted that and Saaipeca, Sewelll 4t..... Period I Thoenlaa a>4). Ready Review BSl.La .
( CarltonDE Hill and
Ricky both the shot
opera Clyatt Tony won put
to veteran Tornado mentor C_.....11. RaiHll. Haoklne' UeWIIII .:.H.'. .X Jump Dmile ...14-4.WeyaeCrlba.IH.
I David Hurse Bradford's 1980-81 tion) and Clayton Parrish hop to ( ) both "hit real well Monday." discus and Jimmy Schoening, Jimmy Period 4 IPeuawey. Moore Wllllame C.Woman Frank Leg ..... Andrew Jesse ..-.. lUkert
I edition Is ahead schedule after five return. "That's all we need Numbers and also praised the work of Sewell Kevin Sampson, Martella ...n.'. Jones 14-*. Becky Lamaler IM.Mae .

I days of Spring practice. The reason? aren't really" )) what we go by, we.go by linebacker Terry McDowell."I Moore,' George Crews Steve Marshall

I"We've got experience," Hurse said quality, Davis continued. .How and Dennis Magyar! won the ,
I Tuesday. many ever we have that's how many don't want to talk 'about in- other Individual titles.

I "We're much further along than we we'll go with. We want the people dividuals too much though," the Tiger Three stunning relay legs were provided I
(were last year at this time because who'll do what it takes to win.'' coach hastened to add. 'We did a lot by Carl Foster ((59.5 440 split)

Iwe'veaMt more experience," Hurse Some of those who showed In Mon- of good positive things this first week and Pam Hawkins ((24.9 220 split and more Starke Rec..
I said after practice Tuesday. We've day's-first contact session that they and we all did them together. We've 0.5 440 leg).
will help included returning two-way had good spirit and hitting out of *.Marl
[got all VII our offense In... all of our .
Tierra I II 14Iritane
I performers Jimmy Norman everybody. Final team scores and placers In .
passing game in practically... most of from lOB 4 14 I lnejent 7
lour defense... Just about everything each event follow: Bay "...... tons..'.,mdrto'..4.. .two II'..
5 but the"ticking: and we'll work ......... elk period M oik period U. 41k Period .bad_a. N10..
game ..... .......
c-two ore .red -
LB-Union Recreation It.M period 3$ Ul period 54 Hid period II.
I on that Wednesday? GamesCity IM keroleei Have...pees IJ.I.'Toy Hill II... CoIwo.-W I I . .-,. ai.iJ.emH. II a.... OMialae II'.. IN.NC. .
I "Because-of the experience we Draale I..*. chambers l..4. Mike KMS.IW.....MANN 7 a a 4 7 7 U .,, 11.
I have YwPi' trying to handle all phases league play on the new Lake UW Muffler I I I IIlefCkHflHaaCkwrck CMvkl ,Maiyerl.... Veadak, Hill rl...l.IMt Cetoto.I..."...,.71. H. ..... 35.1. ..." M.Khojilov .
Butler-Union County Recreation Ueet DemiU, Creator 4-4 raw 31'., ThendeyMeylTolio
a a a { I .IIIIW Martella' Meat 111.: Kevin Sanpeea 11.4.
lot the game early. In the past we took fields got going last week with khrHlen X.IHieHJcOm4BMe Ir..Ikeiida4eeM C_... Carter II."........ Marshall, II.. Dennis C./lde. _MM .. HK 34. leroy Innle .... Curtis 4 a I 7 4 .11
...._ .. ..__ .......... ,,,... .
{different phases and concentrated on Gainesville Tire and arhdlla' .... a Mrs Deutlaa 11.7 Michael. Early' II.'. Crawford .CN. 11.fttewe PIt a t | | IITwleet
I them butt when we came up against coming out victorious let CkrtiHea Ckweki H**eaer>I..... Mile shows George c..._ I.... Cellli' WanreejIII Crawford*4... T. .Lewis tl, J.ttemelmay...C.ttveeej"...
twice in .
women's and
play Devil Is.PMIIIM.
I something we hadn't worked on the R.M.C., Oak Grove Church, and ,.-..,.ApHI,.* Jake*. DavkiFraaete Gaarga LeVaeeer HIM 4U.I.:, Frank Lea Loan White I HIM.: 1,41.1. Vessels". I I I a 4 t 4 .. 14 ..Chris I.en. ..! II H.0.0.211,ask Neeaol II.
kids harttrouble. This year the kids Crew's Building Supply winning their OeleeenlllaTIra I I I Iraeker MtRebyi Ported C8eell,1.1I...T..w.Faster> a..Yor5.p50 6 N 4 0 I 6 a 11 D..-two I...
will set just about everything. They in I I I I I I I ..... Peried t (_.. K. DaWtU R....... Is. let leelllll KUMf Decendle,., U 14. D. Bowen ehra -,
know what to do now, they're Just not games the Men's League.Men' H.. "'I..... Period 4(Williams.. --. PMIIIal no.0.h. W. I i I a I 17
(physically able to do it all yet." League: Union Co. T-Ball 4441 )84eve SIJL Marshall .... Timmy Tyeee II.'. leettolt J. Ketley' ,-, ... .. Kelle' '.1 two ripen 4 I a a i
t The experience Hurse pointed to in- raeeaey.April M Lake Butler home 44 Michelle HUllwell ".1, Veadak H.U..... MaikellDrawa 1MF.II...Cruise. 44 a. ... '_/.,1MB... J. COM 14H. bell ......Cnn M U II (Miked a,..M/Mr. AIUWoof .
cludesJ l.regulars from last year's&-5 Met 4 4 I I I I II pounded runs ..... Eetfle Heradea lt.7. a. Davit, It O. lewle' ..'IHR, W. H...ll'... Ik,Mia leny M II.Dote Hoi men II mra*in.Tlmmy .
W.M1wa..Ip.iw t I I I I 1 4 in two games- 22-10 win over HDH IM Relays ......... 1 O'Ne.l. Raieall. DeWHI.Hawklael amlm. II,allows. Neole ,II
I On defense Kevin Reddish
bunch. IMC MMont Tim Jesse I......'..., OIUow' call Dick Saturday and a 22-9 win over Brooker2 ...,.... perM 6 I""..''" Samp.e. Dixie MinorThe Tl|..., Jeiaee Ivrclllck. Iwa .ll'4, llcMe. Terlor II.
|(NGliMark) Crews (LB), Jimmy -S ..... Monday-< stay on top of the Teed Faeter) !:..... Peried I CC ....... Uoyd.Maore.Crtkea N_ Ie.
I Wright.-tDE: ), Frank Swindell (DT), ..*"**"*..*_""**'*.*"*"end.*"**'**- Union T-Ball > .....,. Lawtey Suns stayed in first
County 30record. .
league a .... .
...... II1 a
I return'W: front, along with defensive net Jimmy Sewell n.l. Dennis Magyar! Ml. place win wins over the Phillies ((23-8) .
PMIIlM I 4 t t Ilewtertuee
Jimmy Haakenaa .t, R .|le Marvin n." C
backs Kenny Etheridge, David Oak 0rars I I I 4 I e 7e.CJ ale Carter....J...O'Weea.... and the Tigers (17-3) while the In- 4111 f I 4 I 4 11PMIIIew
|Spark yand Mike Teston. Offensive I e0 4 40 e > I -,.-' Mlto' Ralayi Period 1 'J"._. Lana. C_ dians scored their first win, topping 0......*..n,|, H..pd'..Q,lamee...
Istartencback are Mike Jordan (FB), OakO...ei A.-y||Tkiiiioimall.iiinitPieiiikl lake Better t*.ereokar*. _p... Bradley!,:.11.'.Period 4<...._.M_.. the Tigers 17-16 Friday night with H. Davis Ha,Carte Hee el...
.. .. .well Tlmmy en!*M.mra.II'.. Oal NerfMwt H.IIII.
I G ( ) Eric Carroll OG This aea looked Nke e keU-e""""*aeaia far eke Nnltwa Graaa, .1 4,37.7. Period HeUMadorl.. Jaime Carver .
Bill edge QB ( U.C.I.I' ..Filed and T. Puppet t.kne. ... bmleae ee Ika leniie ware Had ... aftar...Hrelaed nail. Hill. _.) .::It.I. scoring the winning o.. ..laker InHInt He sane....Allen Wood hoe -
(from :rID, Ricky Griffis (OT), and 4-4 erfer a lealeai.4.... a Male pill averted U4 M run. ire Ma 44'., JaMe Crawl II. Honey Nome*...
iKennyrGlarkWR). -..I...|..pply I 4 4 t 1 4 174ladi .... .10,. la Iraokere ke.at 55..il..5,4 wish rwaere M
I Bruce Rehberg (DL) also comes leiklel I11I4PIIICreoe Hrel end laoeed end ae..a loin My ket woo.kR to Ml -
I aviMn,lypplyi, IM.lorker I..... Qea Oeulo, Hold rent-....aiaaa a head ewer......eefek and
back with starting experience while Jimmy' Cop.and_.Oinalll 1.....eatftj. threw the Bell. .. leaie r>ee,edi a* liiiee1 far .... -
I sometime starters Scott Allen (WR), took Meiklnel longer Pony Im'e I .., Chris Mat.Women's .wd_ sod F.-.A _"fins h.r.s MollIp
I Daryl 4-hornton- (DB), and Dwayne -and/kn.ds.M.in.-a Men spires' Joy,.for Out oneolsor Ih_. TG&V'sSSMillion
I Strickland (DB) 'are layed up with in-
I sickness and out of League: laMdey.May'loee4utto
juries ota Spring >2S.N044 I.
I workouts.! TL-Ioy.act' Tkle. ejema ma wee Ned aHar ... nn<"-'. Bet,I"Is.r .
earner-en Beater*leak 4444 > '.I4 >eood for U to this eoa4 (
a>p rene we toetmjewklle
.M.C. I I 1 I BoUle. MOM to.hue Arm MM .la.kenw lor or.raokartl DoUar $ $
-h5: .._. I Deafarel Ties" Tkeereel H* II. unitM..yhw dNwM.41555.
a .... -
',,1 Indians .M.C.I leeUe, Pony Imo Camertna.....,I Bttt.Oolnoovinanra /.. Wt.
'.di. ...,..?... I-I
The glans of KHHS started Mon- ellleiTIra .I .d .I .W. .. M. tlrooearll M Shoe ClearanceOur

day af''erloon with non-contact drills. o.M..M.Ii_AN Iew.1 a.....also.The-his MOM as
The day went about as planned I H., Pam w.i....
sal brat boas Pete Valentino,

jwho counted about 30 attending the IfQNII
opening session. About a dozen
I baseball players are expected to

I balloon the roster. "We're starting [ NEW MANRGEE3EHT I
I from scratch. The first three days will !!
I be jusy.cpnditionirg.: getting them =

I accustomed to football again. And

we'll go! back over basic fundamentals. -
., Ws>e got a lot of first-year STAiKE TRUCK PLAZA

players out.Monday's.
I workout included timed

mile apd,40 yard runs with Shane Cor- Formerly B&G Truck Stop

I bett, Robbie'; Self, Billy Coursey, Walt
Cross and Rob
i BoneySteve
Durocher.!;'. all being clocked in 4.9 or Eddie Jackson- Our buyers bought too many shoes. We are

be tier in the 40 and Durocher and overstocked on hundreds of the latest
Alvin Stanley leading the pack across
in the mile."Most! announces.new fashion shoes. To move these shoes in '"

,'of the veterans reported a hurry, we have taken drastic mark-

back in good shape." Valentino said. hours. downs from 22% to 43% off the ex i
"The off-season weightlifting pro
) ....
gram has 'bepeda' } 1l5it,1'Ji11Jt, lot ,. Mori/7- .. original selling prices. If '. J ., ,.'7"1" r
Sate 7394-
M. ; 9641' ,. #
r6A.; ;-:8..P.M. ,, '
-... sham f.n Mi fnob 811V .*I,.. ; l: yoVneed to save some money, \Q

you had better come in now.
Tigers You never be able to
.... may
\\\ match this shoe ,
g "Oh'W 've looked good, we're feel-
Ing pretty optimistic about It." UCHS : p sale again. / j
coach Ed Davis said after the Tigers \\\\t\ 1 1- /rl

first four workouts of the Spring. ;,. ireChsO !

"We'vd lust got 18 kids out there but I
the kids we.'ve got we feel good about. \'\ Oen
"We've tried to make the kids !

realize that If they want to play in the / /
Fall they have to be out there now. 0410

We're having some trouble getting e i

some of them to realize that, but come -Mechanic on duty-
I Fall the/11 realize it."

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FOR SALETWO 'S L' HOMES WANTED .:\'i/ ", '-- rn. "

Luther A. Welch Mr.. Maud Gatne>yCl ; THREE v
>mon. mar MtO REFRIGERATOR with j
war I Keystone Heights. large freezer. Need some Sterling, .
70 of Plant down 166." Bap. CM/A 3 lots, wooded, diamond, jewelry, coins ,'
Luther Aubrey Welch Mrs. Maude G. Clemons 76 of Lake $300 parmonth. repair. $75. Phone Auction ,, v,
City died Friday May 2. In Lakeland Butler died Thursday May I, at her Phone 473-4038 or 473-2898 after Monday. bach yard chain link fenced and dental home.gold. Will visit. No. li Hull' Brake Service and Supply Co. Inc. '1=14 i. '

Hospital after a brief Illness. home after a brief Illness.A 473.4367 after p.m. May 12. Itpd 5/' kitchen equipped Mr.your RI_. tfncha 13765235.5/1 Main St., Gainesville. Tuesday May 27, 1980/1*..'. *j r'
Born In Hazen. Arkansas, Mr. life long resident of Union County tfnchg 4/24 IAS POWERED 2-oar garage. well, large YOUNG FAMILY LOOKING All automotive shop equipment and machine*', t*> Pell.|

Welch lived In Plant City many yearswhere Mrs. demons was the wife of the late GENERATOR. 110 volt. family/dining roam cash, 8 3/4 to far 0 place to rant en lake piece mill, Bankruptcy Case No, OBK79-CO09. -" ,
he owned and operated his Mponnuo round marble table .percent mortgage,
Riley demons and a member of the $173; for the week of 6/21
farm. | Lake Butler Church of Christ. Amana mlcrowove 48", $100; 2 sofabeds. $75each mortgage. 8 y owner through 7/6. Call AuctionNo. :
Survivors Include: three daughter Survivors Include: two daughters, Only the month old.Under : matching chair $3O "5.900. 473.2209 or 1441.4683. Itchg 5/' I 21 l HOMESTEAD RESTAURANT Selling rest.'llej&o: / ll*>
Mrs. Reba Cole of Lake City Mrs. Vi- Mrs. Velma Alice Williams of Port warranty. $184 cash or new Roman Foodamallcham 3775704. 4tchg 4/24.5/15 I and equipment together and .separate' Keystone Hf....>

vian Waters of Davenport and Mrs. Neches Texas and Mrs. Leona take over payment at center $750 value Fl. Wed.. May 26, 198O,"1:00: P.M.

Pearl Slauson of Lakeland: two sons McSpadden of Lake Butler; two sons, $18.11 per month. Whit'. for $3M: new 50-amp FOR RENT PERSONALSERVICES LIQUOR LICENSE (offered ..porete'type'7cl) '' lo| ,

Jack Welch of Lake City and Williams John Riley of Lake Butler and Walter Sowing and Appliance Sear welder, $45; 2 license. transferable anywhere" 'In Clay Count,: :'S' UsS-

Welch of Lakeland; one sister Mrs.Grace demons of Lake City; 15 grandchildren Center, 3527 $.W. ArcherRd. Porsche reclining*ealfs' for HOUSE ON WATIHFtOHTi EQUIPMENT (offered Piece Mill): table, cKarra" *7|

Lewis of Plant City; two and 13 great grandchildren. ., Gainesville. 3764466.tfnchg vans, $65. Pleasant Point Modem 2BR lEA unfurnished ovens, refrlg.. .beer cooler, salad bar, 'disks.s
brothers Tom Welch of Plant City Funeral services were held Saturday 3/20 Rd., 4733752. I tpd 5/' fireplace deck cookware, buicher-block, team table, grand plono'jnlrrors ; .
and Homer Welch of Lake Butler; one May 3, in the Lake Butler Churchof CAM" CA/C and garage.? and much much more location: mi. N.or SR'ICO,
step daughter Mrs. Charlotte Christ with Bro. Greg Smith of- New Vista color TV console' ,UMIRICANIIOION liNGO 473-2475. 2tchg 5/1-8 CARPENTER WORK W of SR 21 .In I Keystone Hgtt.. Fla. Bankruptcy4dee. ; (
Williams of Plant City; and one step ficiating. Burial followed in Douglas model. >.,...._.... Pay Highway 21 north, Saturday VACATION BIO 1AKI8ROOK1VN. Remodeling work, kitchen. Honorable N. Sounder Sauls. US Dist far the North***
Bone Eugene Kilpatrick of Plant City. Cemetery near Lulu. Archer Funeral balance due 184.40 cash .7 p.m. and Sunday Waterfront cabinet and trimcarpenter. I District of Florida, Gainesville, Fla. Dlv. Trustee! 1/iviX;

Funeral services were held Monday Home of Lake Butler was In charge of or assume payment of$2O 2 p.m. Public Invited. executive secluded home. pr...... Call.Ed Reasonable Dempsey at LoPuckl: William E. Rye Bankruptcy No. GSK79 00/V"-.,***.
8 in the Chapel of Archer 4tpd 5/1.22 Beautiful beach No. GBK790072.
May arrangements.Mn. per month. Under warranty. private 4732477. rfnchg 4/3 Rye Bankruptcy .
Funeral Home of Lake Butler with White Sewing and Appliance -' :I HORIMASTIR ALUMINUM excellent.. swimming, skiIng ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS Auction .-V .
Rev. Bill Delaney officiating. Burial Emily Bell ISDn Hess Center 3527 S.W. portable boat lift* and fishing.. Completely
dock Call for free. ,Closed meeting Monday No. S. C S. D HARDWARE 8 Grain Handling. EquipsM.Newberry ,
In furnished ,Including
in New River Cemetery regulation -
followed Archer Mood Calnetvllle. p.m. Open meetings, Friday Florida. Thursday, May 29. IvSO. 12:00 NaantHARDWAREi
Bradford County under the directionof Mrs. Emily Bell Icon Hess, age 77, 3764466. tfnchg '/1 473-2995 weekend pool table, all linen, 8 p.m. Alanon' Monday (offered piece mill) power '*eer_,

Archer Funeral Home.. died Friday following a sudden at SIWINO MACHINE 4753991. tfnchg4/10 central weekly.air.9044732720.Weekend. or 8 p.m. Alateen Monday 7 carpenter supplies, garden supplies, farm taekrVrVCpipe ;

tack. She lived on Lake Hutcheson in 1979 SINGER Mil ARM .Hall FAMILY YARD SALE 4tchg 5/1-22 p.m. All meetings In and fittings, Insecticide, cooler, elecrrical.iipplrVs, .

Lonnie L.Petty the Postmasters Village Highway UNCLAIMED LAYAWAYHa. Saturday. May 1O, 9 KEYSTONE.LAKBROOKLYN Educational Building Communltv .fishing. supplies, nail., bolts and much much mere.- **
214. Mrs. Hess was born in Hartford free arm for cuff, am.4 p.m. Grove Street waterfront Church. trncha 3/1. GRAINERY EQUIPMENT Grain bin fan, grciln'-&n

Lonnie L. Petty age 57. of Putnam Kentucky, Nov. S, 1902. She taught leeve, tretch stitches. off Orchid Ave. Follow private executive efficien ladder, vertical auger, auger tube,center hopper74nd l
Hall died Sunday evening in Alachua school for 8 years and served as ...._hot... monogromsi the signs. IIpd 5/8 cy. Completely furnished.. OPPORTUNITIESWANTIOt portable grain augers location: One block vVekf.ejf'trutarsecllon
General Hospital in Gainesville postmaster in Benham, KY for over blind .hem, etc. Sold new Central air. Weekends : of Hwy. 26 and US 41/US27. Bankruptcy'Jv o e

following a sudden attack at his 29 years. A member of the Methodist over$33O. Pay balance due weekly or monthly. People from all Honorable N. Sounders Saul, US District for the Norrhera} "

home. lie was born In Thomaston Faith, Mrs. Hess had lived in the $138.60 or $12.30 permonth. CARS&TRUCKS 904-473-2720. 4tchg 5/1-22 walks of life that are In District of Fla., Gainesville, Florida Division Baqkraftiay

Ga., July 28. 1912, lived in Knoxville, Keystone Heights, Lake Geneva area Vila and Matter- forested In working from No. 8000001. Trustee: Valerie J. Hall Gainesville. flip
TN for over 30 years, and In Putnam since Dec. 1964. Her husband was the charge accepted. To see ClassifiedAds the home. For free Information For further Information or brochure contact the.ACTION .

Hall for over 30 years. A retired pain- late Jacob L. Hess who died in 1974. phone credit manager col1.7 .......Ior A.AlC. ...-.....- end stomped. WAY. CO.. LaGrange Go., 404/...- O62j laf:

ting contractor Mr. Petty attendedthe Mrs. Hess is survived by a sister lect. 9043764467. ratio/ radio heater. Tire' GelResults self-addressed envelope' to, schedule "B". Inc. I Keystone Hgts., Fla. 904/479-474/, ?
Keystone Heights Church of God. Mrs. Ella Stewart of Rockfield, Ky.; 5/1 good.A*Is--$350.473-3411 G.A. Reid, P.O.' Box 126, 5/8 itchg
Survived by his wife, Martha Miller and several nieces and nephews. tfnchg 4/17 KM 32656. 4tpd 5/1-5/22 ii iiiniliiifiij

Petty; his mother, Mollie Pierce Petty Funeral services were in Benham ; ':' '"
both of Putnam Hall; 2 sons, JackE. KY Tuesday May 6, with burial In

Petty of LaPalma, CA& Millard L. the Benham Cemetery. DeWitt C.

Buxbam of Placentia,CA; 2 brothers, Jones Funeral Home was in charge of YOU MAY HAVE 'MISSED THESE *>

Clarence R. Petty of Knoxville, TN local arrangements. jO M

Charles K. Petty of Denver Colo.; 4 ?- "ttV '

sisters.Mrs. Thelma Mrs. Georgette Triest both Flannagan of Putnam fc GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LAST :

Hall, Mrs. Evelyn Vanderberg of t ,

Princeton, N.C. & Mrs. Katherine W
Allen of Immokalle, FL; and 6 grand-

children.Funeral services for Mr. Petty SUNDAY'S GAINESVILLE SUN .:::lid jet

were held at 2:30: pm. Wednesday
May 7, In the Chapel of Jones FuneralHome ::

Keystone Heights, with Rev. CLASSIFIED SECTION.
Earl Thompson officiating. Intermentwas .

in Keystone Heights Cemetery. '.' .'tt

f MoOiaerfel ':

ServicemenJohnny Etay Shop The Sun's Classified section A14M


A. Lee

Promoted to Spec. 4 day for great shopping values. ,:..:: '

FORT KNOX Ky. -Johnny A. Lee ( eo.1UI&IISIOO.. .PK. every :

son of Mrs. Gladys T. Lee, Route 1, Licensed Real festal Brok.r ,A.
Starke, recently) was promoted to Ar- 0\\1

my specialist four while assigned as 3 Beautiful Lakefront estates. 'M;
an infantryman with the 194th Ar- LOU NO*MLf VWANTCDMut LM ( SITTER IHONWOOO Golf Clue ret*****" .jrmf.
wear hlrl tt> fit mo- nlrln wItorw .nrm Mi. ,
mored Brigade at Fort Knox, Ky. From '125,000.Own.r -. Apply' In ptxvon: Ooo Room a board'nd 1m.II ....... .nd ........, Only..__ .* *.
430 NW 13 St. Hour 2-4...... NO ....." ..467.3020.4 0 m. I'V. Msv ./
The appointing orders for this promotion 4 phun.Cull', ,, ,r:: m. S 4 d.m. No Ji,., .= w
available LOCAL= BANK ..... .. .. ,-
stated ...The Secretary of the a' 2100N5! A.
CCLIASLS. tutu t''.... mount.her' Inrwnoalato oonlr' for 1 full, ,
has and for '. arol.x' time toiler./ Previous ct h... '
Army placed special trust POSITIONS-I1 AILAuLUr In
.... .- laM ;==--rn :apps/.nc./ .; 11 ,uo.. oroferrod. Call' .nlaVxrt .., Pull tnn4i5AY
con'Ide nee In this soldier's .....MS ..#.*.US. SUM ,_ ...n "9 ....,.........'_ ywI", .INK_d. ,..... Mn1MLL,: '.E55.a' 2 eaeorltj.7i i I"'V'1mPI..oVK"" ragi,1,11" .* tlm. No .'wlance' n.ceer 't 02
"pelriet4ejvalorfidelity;; and |19141) m-_ pr'-_:/ ADI S,:13th St.off) :, silt Mty'c'm': t1nymanne.:: : : A.csM ,-
blhtles" mn PI2ZAMAN1 NOW ;nine tVc: ptlonltt/TvDlat/ for bus Jiffy' 8tot-.**OO SW Arctujr ltd '
tfSIDEMTMAMAOefll' CPA firm. OutoWno, end tvfnu W
The promotion was based upon apollcatlon! for Wuw,.. Most be Student apt '' skills, P*ft CSS OOeHATOH loc. .
Puts and :.'s-.u: "o'. on'D .
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Pro rent plus : r.ootrad. Reel,. comptinv n8Mtt C.osManavltlupsrt.tin.S710SW -
these qualities and the demonstrated 13.1. Include' ftouaafcaiplna' nd light fa 1'.0 ens ...... O'v", '.. a7/o/. .I for pawmtuwnf portion C.lt'
maintaftancHoncv JOB ACTION, 974VMOO. 1XM NW
for increased "ttNiltv
potential respon 1 t.t.ISKW: .) tffOO) t.MDIATB.Y Corp, UgALTOHa.3y-40OO_ awl CEc5PTu NSsTT13th at H. FM-n.aotusbI.taws :
sibilities. 471
T_ 40 rock mualc "" .. N..d MCOIftTBMBO. NURSES lmm>- tvofna' ore hill,* :: busy :attic, ""C."TA"V. .rCtlv* offl* tar:
only L..d .. cHate aoenlnoa. for oualirioKl. incfl.vlduala. ..../mo. jColl Wvndot 37J-711' ___ with eood Crvrtaal BklHavcutlv
IIE? IIIL guitarist. 'upl..Ilenlfletl d 't1,014/vr. Call JOB _'".. No net .; ... 1 .tfnoii.*.*.
bookings.' / ACTION. 17.-2300 13O4 MW Utt _'.. anaunMNiuflgn ...._ *14O/wM t. Call JOB ACTION.'
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SERVICES473434O; ;:
I 170 alUICK .''''''.A. *CHEW ID. .,... too, 3D?Vutornatlc -* OATSUN .J.0 HATCMCACKAn :.
,. PM. claHlc, ityl. power DOW *>to rln0. olr. 197*. Vinyl' roof, rwft roorin8j,. ..
IN REMODELING teerlno/ 4k brak* jMcllttnt now 10 r., now broko.. oood condition. .nc ll ntUM
eondttrori 3yr-03 or aHAMPMED } tthockst mawI: other Itoms. vorywoll .. A:,: 52 :::
mtilntalnaxi, vory ....rD. Call .Ilenet/.... Stu00 1_
Rte' 'OLD BATHS 77 5UICK RCOAL 12495. 775-16,7.1,7. S.-.... .
473 4232 d Owe,s7.00 *71 Oatftun 240 2. 4 new'
AUTO ANNKXt CLASSIC t>r k. *4.OOO ml, aacal.n/'
194.N Main. St YOU Hoatorod ThvndortMrd ort-- body a I Interior. m.chanlc. llviound.
Those Ill...
Repairs Of Major Worn Out Shabby I7Io9a3 37204371 "0''. too and contlr.ntal' kit. .$J.aoo.. 37..Of l a. "'_*.

Electric Appliances Prot.aslonallY, Clan And R.groul W.II. a Floors I 1070 FORD. .Geer MUSTANG OMTIAC LKMAMS w.ena. roll. =.. 3775450.S.M boor. sir, rased, w ,'.,..MA10A..4 v.::
Autarstfc m'S-tn. Arid Very good ntechenleel condition. w.M.nd..K 375..335 w kd.ys. -FIW KM.KI ttatlon w.uOrl. .
Serving Bradford a Clay Marble Quarry C.r.mlo a Shoot Vinyl 1 Vinyl Tilo Ina"_. Cal g.1-9s4.,,,.. o. tmmtmr. eood on ess. ears Vllowl Over 20 M0 Or.et'.
... _,_..,3744dm.morn....... ALMOST PRE. 5,75 0105 SI, sh.pe.. jlftM 3764005.n..s.
; .: 19T3MERCEGaa, .' cone/On.230, Ten L.= .73 PONTIAC LCMAMS. Air. '$255 Al,.. O.v531.-140 power br.k./t..rlna. 191OMa RC lOlS cuss : :
Lawrence "' KITCHENS TILE = n ar/eve 10 {owr stoerlne/breliee. sold W.0.nd.>oftor 0 pm 1T.MOUT 4 door. -:l7"Yi tom tl :, UI*
lu.973. .
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tnq fOO. ."-...... Kejootrytno. .TO FOftO VAN OOOd ..HOP*. w..ko0.. J'

GOLF is your bas l 964-1630 I*** ..stored CLASSIC Thunosrblrd. PornWHE5I. l."- Mint XCQflrm. 3JA--2J7 1977 BVKOI.I.T. N ton. IM**>' .*'
..... lop .nd ; ., M ooo .. .utomeitle.powtir 1971 PONO eCONOIINe, VAN _,...... MO urwiM. Hrmirt. "
Th.n lass take a look a' this /rnnwcudeco, nunreedy t. t..rln.mr.k Jti' PlbeMoI.IM o cvllntfor' ttondord. runs oood., tranmmlHlon 57 00.roll. .
'hr.. bedroom two bath. e Fr. Estimates.locot.d e I topotw ar roll Os,.. Call 31*' '* work vein or cutstomli. Arthur AAotor*"nd Oar***."
on. block from I _uds,ar 375-5535 wMk "and. p"7. mooorbMt Off... lti>d.rnBvOwiOT. .1200 C.H37Q-3..*ittora:30 HIM' _Ino._.a.i..,
IC.Vllon. Golf Club. Ov.r

1446 sq. fl. Compl.l. heal SPECIAL
a olr. Family room on.poclou. I =tJ

100,150' 10' HOUSES.PRESSURE CLEANED .....lbtt>. CLlARANC. "ALII OF,. "UT'I'UL "'.W. VMS lw.ly
for those NorHMvood, now pelnt Inside A i sou SULECTION K 12. 54. a 9/4 acre roo.rfv en COWO.MT..IA.
Speclol financing AND PAINTED
out, cent. sir a, hoot, laroe covered 24 .Ids. ,In ..tack. why P5w Luke 555:> BR homo win eeN.
eotlo. fenced vsrd .... .' _11 rI I
who qualify. peenFactory et w p
MOIllE HOMES PRESSURE CLEANED house, low .--/nKt..-. .......you p.vm unt. for 52.-e. 5506 OWnK ..II' "lnA u 7d...
Call day or night AND KOOl COATED m.ooo .y SBoolntnwirt mtnt.VOWNie.4RtBATH CommunityrCHSS' _". NonN .._ 'ox. 143.-.,",''''. N
Ar.o Coda 9004/964.5533 ::.:11..1.; ::,,,. o.on. I. NEW 3 CR. 2K b Nl. 1K stars O
AFFORDABLE HOMES PRESSURE CLEAN EXTERIOR OF YOUR HOME fenced wK' d. CO/twW 5/ celllnes.neer elm ,living. reap. d/illM;, r em;.7
UP.- efflctant. .---, 10ASCHICKASHAWTr brtMaTeMreW * OnbeMwtitui '
by Bob Harris REMOVE DAMAGING MILDEW BUGS AND STAINS nc. lent tlnenclne/ 17>-OS3. mlor\ only 5rches / i: ':'. r.'n$.
327 W. Call 5' Ch"lc.1 Cleaning Can Usually SDV. You From AnStark. WOOD WATUNt.ecres 730 SW ltd.wOt ... I hort., ;h.cr. .fum.WW, A

.. Fl. 1x..I.. P.lnt Job And Add Years To You E.Isting tree."" *, east.or...Hewmorne tronteeo. many S9OO Lasso_Or_3V74OAIVlSHINO .._roe Kevin.' .fl jiiotr. .,aarIHA Wf00.eGNw,,'f..

511 31chg 5/15. P.I.... aCOMOMY CON.CIOU.t down. Owner will flnence. IS. GOOD. Sooutltul VA new homes reeev ear
Free Es11mM.r //.s In Vo1CM ,1 CWKher Hoeltv end Bulla*; Need oronoo Luk0rcnl armoryour Interior ._,lBf1eietch I
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.000 tar cal Y63115o ,....... ..... .
LARGE LOTS ANY SIZE HOME REALTOa 3767777 .720..... ) and U> mile conol Suit. a. 5* eiumeMW me.
S3.t.88 OWN... s .R, 1 belt. V OWNC* '(5o M. < bio pasture for fUhlrHB.. dvck pp.hunt acr I noond I NOIiN1AN<< RMRS II HFaITeY / :;
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ANY SI28 MOBILE HOME FOR $24.88 ..tlo, ..,v.cV r.nnver iMtti* fornMl oinJna roo4na ) :.:;.1'1:' ownor flnancotf 10.* Intorott.m ."A'-T: w

PICK OUT YOU a room t.5.fftroploco.I1$SW 41.155. 3710ssssn.$. rmn a.;;;:008.roont.>yya o.K 4. crust 1._Hroctlon.Duproo tooroporty Island .l toto)._Atf 37SHW1'38311fV P Em'f{ RD( "179Y. ,

Or see th.s. AFTER P.m.

under construction 7

$250.00 'AmNTION' WOMEN AND MEN :..tTeve
PER MONTH FOR =' /.,sat buoy.C155.551 flu 1.t. KING .'ZII mattress, w. CIa Full Darn type mMOI.s0 57;;is,
Stet Wlt d..00, end 3761324. .
$10 00.55.
KEYSTONE THOSE WHO CLUB QUALIFY ESTATES IN If you want an opportunity that comes rarely I in a RMIrar 5.wlnne.r:1r"_':...."."I21.ista.5/on.523/, Nnal, au, LA.O" R.ALlSTIC _..... crw both*Mr tub 57 hend mono rail vu sea:fnlrrer_woO: *.l.f I->4
1764.7e 't' .
w0315 walnut cane 1 Mk bellset S7 eecn. L 3''//
Dlrectlonsl 3 mi. south on persona life time then you owe It to yourself to now, 8190 or t>ot offor rtodik 57 m'M:. -" OorIl7S 1
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3T7-SJ7 _
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right and follow road toh. Investigate. mouCe>ll.V li-Sl1"............ 5;5.OINtlTTilftilTt Purlone LIV'NO.OOM. boloo.Suit brown*.._tono_. STARS 515.5,0,0 f OW aossr.tt MOW.. $00..../Haw w.'''it 1

beau'llulloto. 1. If you are above ....... S HP .".. ._ i HI =-7=: e..O'-. .,." dOOI irw. .5.. -.1
average .
.... t. 520. -to. 546. .
Coil 473.3)33 er 9445533: = mewKS iym. **** :*' **.*'. !'!I..,A
M. Call'''- ....eltOCOMPUTIl. TS-S UK Cal' 75'Seis Maw "":-'
for detoll. 2. Nest Appearance Lovol-ll. aoftwero e books Incl ] _, itSilWINO
.Ko/5 .1I _..,... .._.. >Studios. -
SOS HARRISAPPORDASLE w wb.awi.s tlnrl1C r. ..,..!101 MACHIM.1 VMHto_
HOMES 3. Aggressive with outgoing personality IOL/N Y MN w/m e... sad an-nn.. OsllO,1.one. ./.... .. blond.e. ombroltforv hom .vritcK. ==,

327W. Cull St.. stark. 4. Over 25 I s/lbar.. Inin.d/a SeW. a..uet.. sad.._CT'NO' _..s ab5. s.by *-w* : : ,der,.. .new*3714502*1* 0! m.n".old a t.r a .h5lyrZsr r/....,
1/1 :Itch S/15. NI Wayne.375-0012. Put., = =: .:.= ItM yKdh''_. ._4;...ar wwk.rL -
5. HIli" School graduate minimum with w lnD.d CpyI -, Senile o e.rMrdco. .... OUTDOOR OA* OmLL lusea) J\:
All In .,. ... .
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a.p. or college degree JO,watt erne Acord. l, WOOo CHa.T-9. *-.. S.... 30 cams, built In stretch .-lies': 1
I Yea I Ka011f( 1 IliO toko. .11.77)0747.tSo12. High .. .. ,O'\!"/....us..,.71... FOLDING CNAIR3. _.,. //s0 end cabinet, like new, alls.er, '
8. Can be out of town 5 nights per week 7.or s3o. C.11 773!.:35..tl.v.. bostonor.iTT'teMsnere. .f

That t Have A Cleaning -:it

Service In The Keyaton Olan Mips Portrait Studios has Immediate openings ,:,).
Heights Area? for matUl'lt prof..slonal sales' oriented men and I Need more information? "I..

After Business Hourswomen who need to earn "15000.00 and up per wlt

contact: I y_. 250.00 per week while In training. Must ,Interested in placing: a classified? if-

Elaine AShley I I furnish own trsnsportation For personal interview Call 372-4222 In Starke 964-817O 'S% wttt1tt11Uuu: un as as3J

contact Mr. Hall TOLL FREE 1-800.543.5940 org ....
Clean'n' ContI'8Ctcr .
543.5921 Monday- Friday only between .
475.1579 9:00.4:30.: E. O. E.
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SALEZib4ijasiBrasts down, door '11. SAT.I 9 AM 4 PM
FOR pipe plus ni.hd efficiencies and I
10, OO other Itemi at three famlllm. 4V4 mileswest
wife, wood chain link: now BR Opft., weekly or mon furnl.hed. AC carpets, SR sharpening service, circular Large two story' home corner NEW HOMES. 3 BR. 2 BA,
; bed.teod fro Mlimat MANNING Bargain Center. US 301 thly. NEW FURNISHED walled garden patio. on. Watch 16. Forest"eightti. hand corbld Madison and Orange cent heat/air. fI Stark for ilgni.
fw antique telephone South. TFchg STUDIOS monthly only.
"''Coll FENCE CO.. 473-4822. Phone 964-8601. 3/1TFN. chain mowr blade hollow Street. Financing 12% financing with 20%
9647131. 5/8.
496-3161.318 llchg. 2313 N. Tempi, Itpd
_. and balanced. ovallobl down. Adorn t Hall
110\1"" TFchg ground Guaranty
boat lift and
CAIPITOI lAMIA HAY. larry Leave at Jackson Building Federal phone 964-500O. Bldr.. 473-4470 or
"RORDERRDiFaclory dock. Call for free demo.' apartment pool TV. AC Three room and bath household good, muilcalInitrument
LaFollette. Stark furnl.hed. No Supply Stark or Keystone' 3/13 TFcha.. 473-2O96. I tchg 5/e. .
price approximately 112yard. Weekday 473-2993. utilities Included. Totally Utlllti *. tool.. Sot.,
9646273. TFchg. children or pet. Phone HH. TFchgALC6HOLICS 2 2BR HOMES corner LAKE BROOKLYN. 2 EM 2
*. Antron III, pepper weekend 473-3991. 4/10 turnl.hed. Weekly mono May 10 9 AM 6 PM. 383 ANONYMOUS on
brown. Call 496-3839. 5/1 CHAIN LINK FENCE LIQUID CHICKEN FERTIUZIRl' thly rate. TEMPLE MOTEL. 964-5464. 5/1 TFN. Alton Rd., Stark. Fl. Itpd lot*. With ga<*bo, and BA cent. Keol/olr detain
.!".Nx: material. Do It yourself $12.00 per ton. Deliveredand 880 N. Tempi Av*.. MOBILE HOME In Lawtey. 2 5/8. phone 964-5148! or 9647619. large utility building. Rental paved *lrl. city
NOTICCI FINAL CLEARANCE and *av*. Insto Italian ipraad. 6 ton per Stark Phone 9647357. BR, CH/A. Call 964-6214. TWO FAMIlVi Sat.. May 1O TFchaREMODELINO. bring good Incom water. Adam Hall
,.oj All trunk-foot lock.utlgage. ..*., available. Free *ilmat**. load. Call Bob. 468-1320 for 9/20 TFchg. .day* or 782-3655 evening. 9 AM til. Take,SR 100 Southto BUILDING $39.900. Ph. 9647262. 5/1 a,dro.. 473-4470 or
-.! tote bag, HandyMan Pence Co. MIMOSA MANOR! MOBILE 5/1 TFN.'UIINIHID. 3/1S. 4732OS6. I tchg 5/8.
Griff left Stcrig
ear.olkenj Information.; 4/24 4tchg Loop. turn anNE REPAIRSl Nw kitchen: ,
) .. bag, attach COM, 964-8339. TFchgWATSON' 5/15. HOME PARK mobile home APARTMENT with 8lh Av*. Follow *lgn>. both, family room Brkk OWNER WANTS TO TRADE Will BUILD QUALITY ham ,
1 etc-.JJnV Furniture. 455' HOUSE OF GENERAL NURSERY STOCK and spaces for rant. Phone One bedroom 964-8545., Itcllg 5111. block concrete. Fireplace his 3 BR house In Stark*fora your lot or our*. S22 *q. II.
: ,,..Maln. St., Lake Butler' VACUUMS Many brand Special Priced. Houseplants 468-2912. TFchg utllltle 964-5261. Itchg 416 N. WALNUT *T.i Fri. pclallt Grlffl Contraction. doublawld mobll Adam t Hall Bldr..

1.I'II'.4a.!' Call 496-2985. of raw vacuum. Died _holf price. O.C. 2-ROOM KITCHEMETTRl TWO 5/8. BEDROOM APARTMENTi Sat.. May 9 a 10. Lot of ( Phon 473-2108; ham. Wad Behr Broker 473-4470 or 473-2056.1 tchg:
Slchg 8/8 515t4DOAASTIM machine available. Parts Completely fumlhd color 5/8,
or 473-2578. TFchg 7823973. 3/1 TFN.
goodl Two famllln
Cornea Nursery 23 ml. SE heating and air conditioning or
N<(<: .w..k month.
t OVER.tAiitrock and accessories for all' TV. or SIWING MACHINESIPAIREOi
-' of Stark, on Hwy 100 at access to ftwlnt mar*. 9 AM to 5 PM. MOBILE HOMISi Why' pay
camper vacuum lyttemi. All makes
Florahoma. Ph. 659.2165.24 Phone Itpd 5/8. more
mlng pool.
"c&ridltlon, clean stove, 301 N Stork, 3 mil*. 4/24 Are for
10th Av* Gainesville, cleaned oiled and ad- you looking an aro Purchase,
5/8. .
It ./ 6tchg: 5/29. 9647652. llchg HUGE YARD AII. Fri. So# : your
refrigerator' Porto pot", EFFICIENCY APARTMENT Work that ha schools and
phone 376-7110. TFchg HOUSE lulled. $10. good from COMMUNITYand
Cbfl 496-3292 after 18 FT.GLASTRON BOAT 225hp TWO BEDROOM Several famllln, furniture, horn
!I! 51'( IfPd. 5 p.m. LIMEROCKi 20 yd. temi'load V-hull. Vinyl lop and Exceptionally clean and Partially furnished, >tov*. refrigerator dlih**. guaranteed. James friendly neighbors? Call vie will help moke
J well
only. ALLEN E. maintained newly 473-2108 or 4737042.Key.tone. Strickland corner Morgan today to sets this lovely 3 for 12 .
tool blkm. mo
" deluxe accorle motorcycles' your payments
| REPOSSESSEDS many refurbished and furnished, Rd. and Hwy 16. TFchg
BR 2 BA horn w/fomlly
| Amana, microwave ovn. TAYLOR lawtey. Phone Just Ilk* newl Call $140 mo. THE COVE 3/8 2tchg 71 Pontiac. Lot mar:301 BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK Micacobln.t. COMMUNITY MOBILE
4 !M month old. Under 782-3173. TFchg GalnMvlll 376-3619. TFN APARTMENTS Phone FURNISHED APARTMENT North turn .left on Hammond SERVICE Pump-out. room .p. DR HOME SALES. US 301
40w"611hty.. $184 Cash or TOWEl OUTUTi Many color 4/24. ...-!1065 for Information. with three room and both: Road 6th hou*. Rldntlol commercial *. 2-bay oarage North. Open 9 to du.k. I to
11'lak* aver payment of and priced right. Alto ,4/24 TFN. carpt private drive. %4.6743. Itpd 5/6 and Industrial. Fully llcn> sun deck located on 6 on Sunday. Phone
:j $ 1.11 per month. WhitesSawing other. Item nw and ud. CARS *. 9 BR MOBILE HOME with sun Adult only. :204 W. Adkln .... Phone 964-8121.: TFchg prestigious Boston, Rd. 964.8741.5/1 TFN.
!': and Appliance Brlc-A-Brae Shop. Hwy 21 TRUCKSTRANS porch and carport. 3 mil*, St. 964-8021. Itpd 3/8. LOSTFOUNDlOSTl HORSESHOEINGl Trimmingor near the hospital on, a COiTlu.TlIIII.OCK
:: Center 3527 S.W. Archer N of Kyton TFchg. mouth of Stark. off US 301. MOBILE HOMEl 1 Two corrective work. 13yart beautiful 3Oxl6O ft. lot. HOMES
::1 I Rd., GolnMvill 376-4466. TAPPAN MICROWAVE AMi 1979. Air cond., Croly' ubdlvllon. Lat bedroom Deposit and WALKER HOUNDS xprlnc Larry' Many extra. Under PAYMENTS
I: nchg 3/20 OWENi New felt In lay... Auto.. PS PB, AM/FM hou. on Helen reference No pet. Fmal block, whit, tan. ."*. Stark. S60.OOO. Financing FHA. AS LOW AS
:! SEWING MACHINI way. Balance $227 or I.!rock. 301 V-8 engine Jane 5/1 2050.APARTMAINTSe ; 9648816. tpd 5/8. Ha No. 417 dyed on bothsides. 9646273. 12/13 TFchg VA Conventional 5% 119.00 ma.
:! IT79 SINGER FREE-ARM $1 6.00 pr mo. Ph. block. I... OO mile Excellent Reasonably If Mn call collect: HOMES BUILT remodeled or down. Ready to move In on SOME AS LOW AS liNT
i> UNCLAIMED LAYAWAY 964.8152. Will deliver. 3/8 condo $6800 or .bt priced. See at 81 Air CAUGHT UP IN THE RINT-O- Robert Harvey Mocclenny. repaired fireplaces, kit- June I. Call today ofter AFTER% DOWN.fOIl
I! Ha free arm for cuff, 2tchg 515.CANCELLED. offer. Call Butch Faulkner Apartments US 301 South RAMAf Are you crampedand 259-6698 ItchgS/g. chni plumbing and *,lectrlcal you inspect this *lt*. You QUALIFIED BUYER
j .1 lev**. stretch *tltch**. SALEl Pick up 964-6334. 3/1 2tpd 5/8. Lawtey, after5' PM restricted In your tiny work. Phon Wad can still choose color and
I\ buttonhole monogram, balance$<187 or$18.00 per 1976 MIDOITl 33,000 miles, weekday TFN apartment' ? Does"'your WANTEDGOOD Behr, Building Contractor carpel. "You'll be glad NO CLOSING COSTS
;: blind hem. otc. Sold new mo. Singer Athena Electronic MPG 30-Clty, 37-Road. FURNISHED APARTMENT' landlord? hinder >ourlifestyle Lowt", 7823973. TFchg. you did". 3.. 4 bedroom., 2 both.
:: aver S3SO. Pay balance due 2000 sewing $2300. 964-8359. Itchg 5/8. Modern carpeted I BR Give new life to PRICES AID for used CARPENTER specializing In Call BOB HARRIS AC/CH. Hong and livingrm.
:: 138.60 or $12.30 per machine. The .best modl. 1976 CHEW PICK-UPiShart heat/air private paved you the. apartmentdweller. mobile homes if mortgage remodeling screen room. 964-3333 Carpeted. Call today
i: month. Visa and Matr wheel: tp tide (2130. parking security door Spacious and I is 3/4 paid or mar. OLIN'S un d"Its. concrete, and after 6 p.m.-473-3133 964-3533 .
Will take onytime.AFFORDABLE
.: charge accepted. To *ee Orlg. price $930. ADAMS AUTO SALES.: and lock No children or roomy 2 3 bedroom MOBILE HOME SALES. block work. Phone Bud 1/8 Stchg 3/22. HOMES
:: phone credit manager collect. trad. Ph. 9648512. 5/8 Keystone, 473-4470. llchg: Call 964-8263 or Opp.lost model with payment that 9645606. Open 7 day 964-7816. 3/28 TFchg .
.- 904-376-4467. Ifnchg 2rchg 515.D.NING 5/8. ly 830 N. Temple Av*. are cheaper than rent with wkly. TFchg NEED YOUR BIKE REPAIRED 327W.ColiSt.Starke.
i. 51CA26" ROOM TABLE with 4 1975 ORANADAi 6 cyl., after 530. 5/8 2tchg 5/15. one of our special financIng WANTED Mobil ham ax11 Bring It to Suzuki of Stark. TWO YEAR OLD HOUSE on Fl.
: chair Has 12" leaf $50. plan W* have some 2'/l oc.... Lawtoy area. 5/1 Stehg 5115.
A/C PIS: P/B $2430. STARKEi Home for rant. 3 and tlr**. Will pick up. U.S. 301 South. Phone
: console 742-3096. tpd 3/8. ADAMS AUTO SALES .. ready to move Into now. all Only $1300 down. Wad
New Vista color TV BR. 2 11. brick veneer OLiN'S MOBILE HOME 9646020. Repair on OPPORTUNITIESMOO
model. lI.po..ed. Pay FEEDER! PIOSl Yorkshire Keystone, "73."70. llchg: located In exclusive t Call BOB HARRIS AFFORDABLE SALES, 9645606. Open 7 makes and models of Behr Broker. 782-3973'
balance duo $184.40 cash feeder pig*. $1000 each. 3/8. Saratoga Halght 1 *. HOMES 327 W. day a wk. TFcha mo.orcycl.17 TFchg TFN. PER 1.000 ENVELOPISoddrd
or assume payment of$20 9646528. Itchg 5/8. 1977 BUICK Estate Wagon Payment $325 mo. Call St., Stark, Fl. Call CASH FOR COINSi Gold, BABYSITTING Registered BY OWNER Completely Guoronted.W .
per month. Under warran USED REFRIGERATOR $30; 3at. Loaded. Extra Minimum 6 mo*. I....*. 964-5533 anytlm. S/l sliver, sterling dental nun Well cared for. Very remodeled 3 BR, one bath. furnish the envelopes
ty. White Sewing and Appliance couch and two chair, $13. clean. $3293. ADAMS Call 964-5511 offer 430: 3tchg 5/15. gold GF scrap|jewelry' optical young Infant In my home Family Room, Fireplace. and peltog National
Center. 3527 S.W. 964-7678. I tpd 3/8. AUTO SALES. Keystone. p.m. 3/8 4tcha 5.9. from*, *lc. J.R. Bull- lawtey area. 782-3949. Screened porch, .Control 2024 Freedom Blvd.. Dept.
Archer Rood Galrwtvlll 473-4470. Itchg: 5/8. Ington 964-6250 TFchg. 1 tchq 59Loke Heat I Air Nice Corner Lot F-40 Freedom. CA. 95019.
376-4466. tfnchg 5/1 SUZUKI 2Mt Red with sissy l '1976 OOOGI RAM WANTED TO RENTs Small 2 Geneva In Saratoga Height. 1021 5/8 Itpd S/IS.
MOVING OARAGE bar. Low mileage, *xcellent CHARGER 6 cyl., 4 wheel RESTAURANT HELP WANTEDSkeotoes to 3 BR house: prlrrably W. Pratt St. Phone DO YOU LIKE YOUR JOIST I
SALEiTabl and chair. condition. Purchased drive. 3395. ADAMS In the country. ASAP. 100 Ct x 436 Ct. Lots 9645639. Available Now. love min. Helper need
'mall living room group new In '79. Call AUTO SALES. Keytone. Breakfast House, Horn.) of Responsible couple with Restricted for 1850 sq 5/1 TFN. ed. Trl-Chem Hobby and

etc..' 506 S.W. 13th St., 964-5630 after 500. Itpd 473-4470. Itchg 3/8. the Big Biscuit It opening In Stark. Monday, child. Please call 964-5608 ft. minimum buildingsize Crolt Call 782-3354,
Thursday and Friday only. 5/9. ., after 6 5/1 TFN. In Bradford County. BEST BUYS I anytlm ltpdS8.MOBIL .
located 1 mile South U.S. p.m. '
12 oil
SEWING MACHINE May 3014)11 j .
Call 496-3231.3/8 ]#chg.Satux ) .3 IR.- 2V BA family r.m.A,.
I II'AII ", "'.tf."lIt91'...P'1It..,,wid oppltaric'," Porch"' ,It"SINGER' FRERARAL. "., ., "_;,,.aklng application for country* ."JffAIHJD'I Joe d-;!:;; wasrefrigerators. hr or f'place 4 heatrp"611,1W." Im- MOM
= 'o : ..........11I.I UNCLAIMED LAYAWAY'Has
; 6.
\ so rockr BARGAIN western musicians cook. dishwashers. kit. Any condl. SIMPSONNP mae. home. Mu.t tee tooppreclot. SCRVICI POLES
free for cuff
p.m..R.. 121-1/2 mile arm .. Over 1560 I
tion. W* will pick q. '
US 301 up. '
CENTER. South. sleeves, stretch stitches, chen waitresses waiters;caihlars
West of Ralford across RRtrack. managers Phone 964-7616 or ft. Yellow brick. Walk to 10O. AMP
.* Go and electric buttonholes, monogram, and hoiten**. 9647336. S/B 4tpd 5/29. ichool. Fenced back yard. ""ili4a '';
.lav/.refrigerator tome blind hem., etc. Sold now Ja. .3St-M49'24hr*. Conventional% | ;
furniture, cloth*. etc. 5/8 Amana microwave oven. over$330. Pay balance clue Only hard working neat friendly and oxprl G'vllle 377-79 16.24 hr*. VA FHA. Don't miss : AMP i
Only six month old. Under $13860 $12.30 down financing. ,,2 toa
need In
Itod._ warranty. $184 cash or month. Via and Matr-per *>ncd persons apply. Apply person m thlt.. Ready to move In. "'""

SERVICES take over payment of charge accepted. To ..*. only. I e FILL o LIMEROCK NO SHOWN BY
$18.11 per month. White' phone credit manager col Application will be accepted Thursday, I APPOINTMENT.
CUSTOM MAD and Appliance Call Bob Morris today
Sewing lect. 904-376-4467.
'I DRAPIRIES'lFr Center. 3527 S.W. Archer 5/1 rfncfig May III Sunday May 11. 9:00 a.m. til 6:0<<: I :SEPTIC TANK INSTALLATIONS 9"-55"ANYTIME

L, estimate.. Local Rd.. Gaineevllle. 376-4466. RCA 25" p.m. II Ii I I 327 W.Call St
EieBI*>B8>Rr8>8M Me8M
!l dl.trlbu.on'or completely tfnchg 3/20 New Vista color TV console i I
Call CIRDIN BROS. 964-6750
.I washable notionally model. Repo.iet.ed. Pay : S.Ork..1 WATERS
advertised Gordtette BIRCH'S balance due $184.40' cash EXPANDING

1 Draperle saw Enter- I or assume payment of S20: "'--1"' _. BULLDOZING
i prisesEd. or Lomo IPM PEST CONTROL per month. Under warranty 01-l"d -
Stephen 496-3)19. White Sewing and Appllanc Bulldozer Work
Irdablll Honrivs
SIOOTFN.INSURANCE. 964-5534 Center. 3527 S.W. ft:; Rife Large or Small

Archer Road Gainesville,
o 1 Pest Control 376-4466. tfnchg 5/1 I R.T.LOVORN Land Fill
rotectlon' 0
< REALTOR MLS ..733254c *.: PondsWILBUR

|160 S. Lake Avo.. Lake sx,011) UPVjVr.V- Worth o! Furniture
Butltr. 496-3978. Complete :{ 0 ,, b' WATERS
1 Insurance Seryke. TFN I .a. INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS OFFERS: $1 00000
IVERYONI IS INSURABtllImmedlat ', 580 W. Madison St. 8,.,...
coverage byphon I' D & J VARIETY STORE From 84-6725 Bu..

: *. JON USHERAGINCY4962126 : 404 W. Madison St. POLICIES' 164. 94I Home
er 1111-19sewt. Wlnnlu. ATREASONABLE
Buy Sell & Trade ----
New & Used /Item_ Olin's I
home. good pay. No em- Cloud Open 8:30: am < 6.00: pm FREE QUOTES & TRUCK
ncuery. Send 5
perlence Phon 864-8858 Jj '
Sundays Phone 964.5606
foryoppllcation; *, R.I.A.
P.O. Box 352. Lake Butler.Fl. VA'LL COME AND SEE US YE'PiEAR /riiigi.iaitadicifi.9B *\ Elaine M. Olin Agent i'' TOPSExtra
32054. TFN 3/20 chg. 111111111

'PAIT-TIMEiPlece Webtter. America'work 434 W. Call and Madison Street Low Prices

formot, dictionary company Phone 964-6827 864-6828 Starke. Florida Gary McCollum
nds horn workers AUCTIONReal
to update local mailing 1-591-2814

Hit*. All age. .Send experienceunneceory. nom., Estate To The First.1 0 Families To Use Our Firm Throughthe Mclntoch Fla.

address phone number to All Located In
Property Clay County
Webster.173. Sfh Avo..
Suite 1101-1590-A. New Bradford County Housing Bond Program WB
More Than 60 Parcels
York M.Y. 10010. 5/8 VIS
'_ : Drilling

I 1100, 2tpd.PER 1000INVEIOPSS. Cuaranteed.oddreiied. 1-7 Acre Parcels With Lakeview "Your Lot or Ours" w/rnre Tpr -

furnish envelopes and LAKEFRONT & LAKEVIEW Fast Rotary

I Freedom poteg Blvd.Notional Dept 2O24 F-41 HOMESITES ..: Offer Good Only During First Thirty Days of the Program Drilling Equipment'
Freedom CA 30lt. 5/B : *IATLLICEN S .L

,MONEYMAKINO' 5/13 2tpd. OPPORiTUNJTIIIitJSe HOMES O COMMERCIAL PROPERTY '. Since That Is the Time Citizens Have Full Option to the Money. Pumps

I weekly ..

I!guaranteed. Work two ." ..... ; kl ""J.... New a Used
I ,hours dolly at ham*. (SI7B .. '. '
'for. n* .hour ....11y.) FreebrochvMR.I.A. RAIN. SalesPartsServicePlumbing
.. P.O. Bon r '4. And Denmark Furniture Co.
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552-B.. Lake Butlr. Florida \ '. .. ... ff!! -
:33054. 3/B TFN. under nil \ ,. ,,....,. ,,, \ "
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I iteSATURDAY _. : Now InaOllatUm
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\,so ACRESiAvalfobl War. : ...., ", ., ..:. 1 In Planning And Furnishing Your Nan Homo Remodeling Repair
thlngrn, Spring* for .., ,.. ., _n. '
cultivation. Reasonable.Coltof -
I ;. 8609 Beverly Dr.; ;-' '1' ,', -\'Sprlnq""* DY.ttIlDJl.1I."PUMP 1

Temple' T....... Florkle MAY
I IBI3-TOS-47U. We Have( Some Homes Ready To Move In. '

,MOl ILl HOMEiTwo' 1:000m Sharp

I,I bedroom. with, one air. t both./2 acre furnished of- For brochure call : oi' .*,va..i. .CMMI 47BaBBJaclioniillli 5% Dbwn Only.Required In This Program.Affordable'Domes &
2t V21>47KVaon ,
!i land areoker Rd.. 1/4 mile' '
I from Worth.IprInga. ...Sol-. ""Iemqr ,,411-4103
|Pool OHIc Reduced rate HeiahtK CI04I C7NIIII8 COMPANY

.to elderly caupto or *oInwon 964-5533 .n- ..
{ ta help........ Coil 864 N.
/' lltha. with
:-'im- HOMIiTw Temple Ave.

I bedroom just outside. of =-, -- NOTE: This Offer Not Good In any FHA/VA, Financed! Home ,,. Starke4 Fla. .
V* l ord. Call 431-132. 9/B

> or Homes Sold,For Us By Realtors 964-7081

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PagelOB May 8. lose I

Starke Recreation Baseball & Softball Roundup : ;

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Men's nwtM. base hits and Lee Boone was 3-for-4 "-'"",.......... I t II 11 021 -5.44 $110115.21INM. --"O.I 1.1O, if;
Open .M.55N5 0 0 1 0 10OIyl21I.w. ,-.0 S 0 O -I*
with an Inslde-the-park: homer. They I I t I t ta .A.ia 14 0 I' S e II
11111.0 >aMa lakatraaafMkC > >a> S55..,.SNS4.411... ..
BGT and LWCI both won two games 11,5. -.a. JINN, $dwn4,0 to Is. 1..4 had come from behind 8-2 with 21 runs ...--....-t-I-t.'..0..|ii.l ai ii4-4, ... IB. l.xim w...... .... dull 0.421. IN M.M1.M.N 1.51.4114114. vt. uii.....toti
last week to make the biggest moves -- 1w. It..Wvpw M cvm ,.. flmmy Nn.nl It. in the fourth and fifth to rock 1st HavaCia-nlai t laja at/4.B.IMW t-i IMt.NfHaaaMan -C.rtlat It..Cia taaa 1-4 1MB 411/1014. k1qw ;
up in Stark!!'. Men's Open League. NM._,IS._........10.51.111411445by Methodist 25-10 earlier. p. 5104 H MB. .. Mil m tI*. J. tat OMlkialiti taa Uaajal t Mt Maa It/.. Mf 5.w / 0.li.rl.t-m. I,C n..V a-l 1*.C.54.5....

BGT which has won five of its last w.OIF.lA.4rClHrfOw.il.....mtlm4. tar_Minr. ... _0.1. II. Kingsley Lake stayed a leg up on Mayata...MlkaMnWaaM.a.O.l|.. M.ManaWyMa ....twa 554.l t. Tk.maa I 1-1,5. 1.1511-1. 4.4.__H.O._.4H.'.._ 44" ,

six. scalped the Senior Boys 16-2 last Northside at 10-1 with a 25-8 smackingof ,! ...........* -.iaw l I 0 I 11 "4 :t 1;)
Wednesday as Larry Brown went 1st Tuesday night as CkajnkaiOaa ISIS Ill-Il MnlkiHil.,1111 S I I .1 I t 4 II taitartoX I I 0 I I I s- 4Cl
Baptist ....
O.N/M 1 5 4 S I I III ... .
WOWP ._ .
PI.I4..NI..NI I I I 4 > lrlM4M MI>ia-a.D iS
4-for-4 with a homer and double, John Women's Donald L. Ennls and Don Elder combined C5.N.t Oaa talftaaal. akOaHaa .
OpenThe t-4 B*>H*IB D.IB ...l. C.5/5 1..01.1. _C.NN.. _51
N.d1.14. 0.554 "'- 4 MM 10' Baank in 4!
Ramsey was 4-for-4 with a double Bradford Furniture Saints built for three running homers to off- I..1. ... .. term *ti .. J..aai M. Ma k -... f1ww4-M.....T.y 114240./ MMfM.. .,.. .... ....... .... I-I. AM..w$1..b.d
> t-l BB.H.ti-Ml ..... .. .
and Gene Tanner banged two home Jessie > O. ... I 1.
I1. -
up an 8-0 lead after four innings and set a 4-for-4 night by the losers Ptaa U>ak W __ .... t..> J.4.... .... Pta. tmti.. .... .... :::
Mulir 0. Darnnu
runs. They then crunched Hampton held on for dear life in beating Fla. Myers.Northslde. ta.-Ca.a,...BliKii Mllnii H It...,ImMmm..>. ::;

21-4 Monday night with Lloyd Gilpin Bank 10-0( Thursday night May 1. went to 7-1 with an 11-4 5.154...to. -......... I 0 7. 0CM..4I..NN
Tanner, and Roger Bennett homeringto That made them the first league win over Pine Level In which both ------------ 5115140.41
go to 6-4 in the league and into the first David Thigpen and Stuart Duncan ,41I M..SM.04.y" -..0-- Starke Rec. '
fourth alone. team other than place I.UM.-,. i. I.w.1 s.L See Pg..TBSSS .:
Domino's to beat FB in the last two crashed two doubles C .bMWMii ..... .. A.-
LWCI is one game behind at 5-3 seasons The Saints went to 4-3 (to Church of God won its third In a row I "THIS I II ..... .y11 5.4.M.OfWth 14.1 II.

after building up a 10-3( lead and Florida Bank's 4-2) with an 11-9 (to move Into a tie with Calvary Baptist

holding off Hayes Electric 10-9 Tuesday the Rowdies Monday for fourth) 19-15 over Pine Level

night. The prison team beat Con night squeaker as Mary past Felton had a season in Monday night as Fairland McClellan I SUMMER I II $ CH5H MONEY 5S5S

tinental 18-10 last week behind Robert one night- pounding a grand slam ripped a homer and inslde-the-park

Davis' three doubles (and despite a and then three-run homer for seven homer and a double Calvary beat

4-for-4 night by the losers Edward of her team's a 11 RBI's. Brooker 14-9 Friday for its.third win I VISIT US" I II For All ,9AC LBBpooker .

Williams The Domino's stayed perfect at 7-0 in its last four outings. ALUMINUM CANS
Starke Truck stayed on top of the I II
in the league edging the Continental
with 18-2 of Con- T. .a.MalHaaalaaMH
league an thrashing aa
Bank Dazzlers 8-5 last Wednesdaywith I
tinental Brian Johns 1311100-1. Recycling
Tuesday as was
Diane Smith going 4-for-4 with a faakarlaa rt 117 4 I I I II 111.2Ir ,
4-5 with a homer and two doubles and homer and then bouncing Hampton .... i. tMm a-4 ml. B. Triari 41 It IB. ... Mac ,- HWY. 1S BrooKer. Fla
Randall McGee went 3-4 with a four- wart* t.S Iwa.... I Hankla l-l IB IB. P.MNfphV 14IHI -
bagger. Withe the Senior Boys los- 21-4 Shiela Monday Forsyth.night and as Sheryl Karen Norman Jackson, II 2t...-...1-4 M 11.B Bwaiall IB.M.......... laE Saturday 9 HIM to 5 P3VI

Nu-Waves took hold
ing two of three had perfect nights at the plate. 144... B. 01441. 1.. KM ... *. &../'.M. I. OaiHalX 5-
of second with a 14-2 ripping of the Florida Bank got the week's other .S XI. Jarama KaUy. ... IB. Oaa Oraan at Cast In Your Hand For Aluminum Cans

16-18 year old team Monday night. win Hampton 26-0 behind
Steve and Blalock
a Jerry
Mains 5-for-5 batting display.
both provide three hits for the Joy.

7.and.3 winners. -....... .
Hayes Electric Is 5-5 with LWCI DwnlMI, II. I f tl
having topped Hampton ((0-10)() 268 ....,M _,_'.. ...... 1..N...44 10. ......' 4.4..211.1Iw.
with Dinky Kilby stroking three extra 15'.. $51.. .. ........ W a. ANy ._._ I.1.
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..... I.4 It taffy M.4....MMavaallafM Dixie Major F K / for spring sewing _

< II II I I t UHamptanvro Lawtey Blue stayed undefeatedwith

t B 5 I aHayali a win over the Braves while the
Olnky Ullky a-l M f..a... O Jana.wiynatauantiii .1f 7S.
.J.ono.a. ...... defeatsby the two Lawtey clubs in -
..._,I. ........ a.a a.D. 1.141-I.I lay Marl ai. Dixie Major play last week. /d1\\
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Han M. tlay4 OllaMtt. ... F 1 7 0 17 1 and sewing notions. too! At America'sfavorite

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dtiia.tt.atrv...... Ml. 00.,.,L.ItriukwIhM* I...D__, 3t It....._ fabric store, one. trip will
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Dixie BoysThe IIla .
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Civitans stayed undefeated ,..... II.. M.0.w.,,....II.. S..1.. I. T. : .
with H..... It. Awitln. atTuaaJaf ,
a win over the Lawtey Mer-

chants and the Starke Merchants won .AaiUM.

twice to move into second place in Man 10 a a 5 i nl FABRIC SHOPS
Dixie Boys League play last week. ..MyOal4, 4 a t I I 11
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Men's Church "
.............._, wlmrtfli, plcli...Jimmy. kh..ilifla '
.to*.a 21 Kick. WAN !I. Kingsley Lake Baptist and Nor-
thside Baptist stayed 12 in the men's ) I
....,...... church while
league Hope Baptistwon
0,121.. I a a I 0 I I b .
U MfM.tl"' M> 10 I 4 I I 1 II its second and third straight ttf '
c,.,..., .*c..... M II !_. II OrII '_" move ahead of a pack of chasers for save on high check out this a "plain"; cool, 15% savings on
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Mill Crtri HR Mil.H 11.&- .. third place.
11 M torn Iftra* ,111Ivwtay quality andversatility 18% savings on 14% savings on a famous name 2'Yds. >
Hope beat Brooker Baptist 25-18
M.rili.pit,t I. M.rm.i,... I. Mim4.il U ,IBT for
HIM Ml Hit A.. _.11.5.w.Nw115 A.*.,, Tuesday night for third as Ernie from quality gingham stylesfor fabric for .
William*Ht M T. Cr.w. II. Imttmmm. 21 c,, Nil Trlest went 4-for-S with two extra your .

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